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    I am looking for any Ergonomists who have been involved in large office modernization projects with architects, with the focus of the modernization being on densification.

    This information would hopefully include how the two (or more) professions collaborated, what specifications/guidelines were used for design, and how various work groups were accommodated (ie employees with differing functions such as public health nurses who are out of the office half the day and need a workstation the other half; planners who use large drafting papers; those with multiple monitors; those jobs that require confidentiality etc).

    The trend being presented seems to be open concept, one long non-height adjustable desk with keyboards on the desk and chairs on either side, plus low separation panels between desks. Any information on the outcome of this type of structure or other options used would also be greatly appreciated.

    Please have anyone with this type of information contact me directly at [email protected]

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