Community spaces across the country, such as religious facilities, museums, and performing arts centers, have closed for the foreseeable future to help keep their communities safe from the spread of COVID-19. Due to their nature these spaces typically host large groups of people. To help mitigate the spread of infection and ensure communities are able to safely gather once the doors reopen, new social distancing and infection control strategies are necessary.

View the PDF below to read the arts & culture design guidelines for infection control.

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About the Authors

Andrea Mulvany

Arts & Culture Practice Director | Principal
Andrea Mulvany is synonymous with dedication. From her early days as an electrical engineer, she has been able to take her natural skills in leadership, efficiency, productivity, and hard work to the next level, eventually leading her to run our downtown Kansas City office. Not only does she manage the operations and efficiency of her team, but she also wears several hats in the engineering field. Professional engineer, vice president, and director of our arts and culture practice, Andrea knows how to lead employees to deliver on client expectations, ensuring that each project will satisfy the end-users as intended. She is responsible for the design of facility electrical systems that are both innovative and cost-effective, and she specializes in performing arts centers, commercial interiors, retail, healthcare, and educational facilities. Standing as a strong advocate for high-quality work, Andrea’s ambition and work ethic have had a huge impact on Henderson’s success since she joined our team in 2006.