During design, work with owner to establish goals and priorities for ergonomics of workspaces within the project. Identify the number of adjustable workstations required, where they will be located, and who will use them.
Identify the number of regular building occupants and anticipated visitors, calculate nonmotorized vehicle parking requirements, and locate nonmotorized vehicle parking in secure area.
If project has multiple levels, establish a staircase to be visible and enticing. This stairway may also function as egress stair. Design and document features of stairwell.
If pursuing Recommended Criteria I.F, identify need for showers and changing facilities in the project and establish space and fixtures required.
If pursuing Recommended Criteria I.G, calculate required outdoor recreation area and locate the recreation area on the site. Provide accessible routes to recreation area.
If pursuing Recommended Criteria I.H, during site selection, compare potential project sites on https://www.walkscore.com and map nearby basic services. During design, establish site setbacks or other limitations on sidewalks and bike lanes, document site circulation strategy as it relates to general public circulation.
If pursuing Recommended Criteria I.H, create visually appealing and clearly understandable graphics promoting use of stairs rather than elevator for those able. Create visually appealing and clearly understandable graphic showing nearby attractions, particularly those in the walkable (.25–.5 mile) and bikeable (2.5 miles) area.
 Distances listed derived from “Creating Walkable and Bikeable Communities” US Department of Housing and Urban Development – Office of Policy and Research. Dec 2016