The offices of the headquarters of the Latin American Energy Organization (Olade), in Quito-Ecuador, took a new image after the process of remodeling and implementation of new equipment and office furniture for a safe post-pandemic return of its officials.
One of the 60m2 areas, which has a panoramic view, from where you can see the south of the city of Quito, the Cotopaxi volcano, now has a completely remodeled space, with LED lamps that provide the necessary amount of light to each work station, they provide a warm and energy efficient environment. As part of this action, a study is being carried out to quantify energy savings due to the replacement of lighting.
The main intention of this remodeling is to adapt safe work spaces for the return of officials to the post-pandemic face-to-face mode.
This remodeling process includes the implementation of signage, with the Organization’s new graphic line in all the offices of the Olade building. In addition to new facilities in the access to the building.
In this way, a renewed image and a comfortable, warm and safe environment are provided to the entire work team that makes up the Permanent Secretariat of Olade and to external users.