With an all-pervasive uncertainty looming over due to COVID, the country has now started shifting gear with cautious opening up of the economy amid the pandemic. Following strict guidelines and elevating the maintenance protocols to meet the social distancing norms along with safety, security and hygiene, Bharti Realty has resumed operations of its office and commercial spaces in Worldmark Aerocity and Gurugram.
Some of the measures that the company has taken to maintain highest level of hygiene in common areas include installing touch free soap dispensers, touch free hand dryers, touch free water taps and touch free visitor management system and sanitisation of the lifts and washrooms in every 2 hours, confirmed a personnel from team 'Bharti Care', the facility management arm of Bharti Realty.
It has been made mandatory for every entrant to pass through a contactless temperature screening procedure, wear mask and follow social distancing guidelines while entering the building premises, the company said in a statement. This is besides modification in seating arrangements to ensure adequate social distance between colleagues. Also, not more than 6 people can have meal in the cafeteria at any given point in time to ensure maximum safety. And to top it all, adequate arrangements for medical facilities and medical personnel have been made in the buildings to deal with any unforeseen emergencies, it said.
The company said it has installed (Treated Fresh Air Units) TFA, MERV 13 filters at all its properties to ensure conditioned fresh air for a dust and virus free environment. This is besides installing ESP filters at Wordmark-Aerocity, Bharti Crescent and Airtel Centre to take care of even 1-micron particles. The company has also designed basement ventilation for 6 to12 air changes besides taking measures to ensure fresh air 5 CFM (Cubic Feet/min) per person or 0.6 CFM per sq. ft in the building. This is at par or better than the new ISHRAE Covid19 recommendation for HVAC systems.
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