The Future of Sports and Recreation Locker, Training and Weight Rooms

A discussion on the long-term impacts COVID-19 will have on sports and recreation spaces and how organizations can minimize exposure risks to keep patrons safe and healthy.

Over the years locker rooms and other sports and recreation spaces have changed dramatically to reflect evolving program needs and end-user preferences. These spaces have always required clear attention to personal hygiene, but now, amid a global pandemic and unprecedented public awareness of infectious disease, new considerations must be given to circulation, fixture choices, air-handling systems, airflow and advanced sanitation methods, as well as strategic layout. 

In this webinar for IAAPPA, RDG Architects Jack Patton, AIA, LEED AP and Blaine Perau, AIA, NCARB discuss current best practices and forecast the long-term impacts COVID-19 will have on locker rooms and other sports and recreation spaces, providing insight on how organizations can minimize exposure risks to keep patrons safe and healthy.

Watch the full webinar below. To receive a printable PDF of this information or to learn more about resilient solutions for your organization, contact us

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