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Recovery Guidelines for Buildings - China Practice

Edward Law • 6/17/2020

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Greater China has been at the forefront of returning buildings and their inhabitants to work following the COVID-19 outbreak. For the return to be as seamless as possible, teams on the ground have found it essential for there to be watertight processes in place covering the end-to-end return process, from public space management to workplace return to facilities management and waste disposal. 

With lessons learned across 100 million square meters under management, the Vanke Service | Cushman & Wakefield joint venture has collaborated with Lujiazui Financial City and RICS to produce an extensive set of guidelines to help landlords and tenants in China and around the world get back to the workplace. 

Download the report and get in touch to discuss how we can help you apply these guidelines to help get your building open and operational in a safe and responsible way. 

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