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  • ​I have seen different models/approaches depending on the space available.  The most common approach: rooms are on a first come/first used basis.  No check out required.  Room is equipped with comfortable chairs, artwork, soothing color palette.  Most ...

  • It is great to see this as a discussion thread. I remember when I had to duck into a dirty electrical room or drive my car to a remote lot and do this in my car with a blanket over me in case anyone walked up.  The company I am with now has mothers' rooms ...

  • ​Good Morning, We have a dedicated room with a reserve system so the Moms can plan their day. The room has a full length mirror, lazy boy rocker and ottoman, little side table with a connection for their phone for music, a small refrigerator, cabinet ...

  • Thanks for bringing this up!  Our team is currently investigating building a dedicated room (office of around 300-350).  We have been using un-used office space, but that is no longer an option.  The AIA document looks like it could be helpful. ------------------------------ ...

  • We have so many nursing moms at our NYC office, we have two dedicated mother's rooms. We use Outlook to book (Mrs.Incredible@ and MamaBear@). One room we built specifically for nursing moms, so it has a sink, fridge, microwave, soft seating with water-resistant ...

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