Facility Design for Employee Health: The Right Steps for a Healthy Workforce

On Demand until November 4, 2022

Duration:60 minutes


More than ever before, employers understand the tangible benefits of maintaining and enhancing their employees’ physical health. However, a broader focus on physical and mental health strategies – one supported through facility design tactics – can yield a significant, positive impact on manufacturing capacity and worker productivity.  In fact, the future workforce will seek out those employers who are promoting a comprehensive approach to health and wellness. Join Hixson Architecture & Engineering for our Food Plant of the Future webinar, “Facility Design for Employee Health: The Right Steps for a Healthy Workforce.”

This webinar will look at ways in which facility design can help employers improve the health and wellbeing of their employees by:
  • Providing practical, cost-effective facility design strategies which address employee physical, mental, and even social health.
  • Demonstrating real-life examples of solutions and reviewing their effectiveness.
  • Describing how solutions can increase productivity, decrease lost time, and improve employee attraction and retention.


Kevin Hansman P.E., LEED AP O+M

Vice President and Manager, Plumbing Systems and Fire Protection Engineering


In his role as Vice President and Manager, Kevin Hansman oversees the team responsible for the design, specification, start-up, and commissioning of a wide variety of plumbing applications for food and beverage plants and other corporate facilities, including water, drainage, gas, and compressed air systems. Kevin holds a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Kentucky.

Roselia Harris, NCIDQ Certified, LEED AP ID+C

Senior Interior Designer


A Senior Interior Designer with two decades of experience, Roselia Harris is responsible for diagnostics, programming, space planning, design, and other tasks to create workplaces that help Hixson’s clients attract and retain productive employees. She holds a B.A. in Interior Design from Kent State University.

Matthew Spangler

Project Architect


Matthew Spangler, a Senior Project Architect at Hixson, is responsible for architectural design from concept through construction documents, as well as multi-disciplinary coordination, in Hixson’s integrated design process. Matthew holds a Master of Architecture and a B.S. in Architecture from the University of Cincinnati.



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