BOMA International Resources
As global concern over the novel coronavirus (now known as COVID-19) increases, BOMA International is actively working to provide commercial real estate professionals with credible information on how to mitigate the potential health and business impacts. Based on information from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), BOMA International has released a series of guidance documents to help property professionals navigate this public health concern.
BOMA International will continue to monitor this issue as it develops, and resources will be posted regularly to this webpage (www.boma.org/coronavirus). There you will be able to find a variety of webinars and guides to help assist you in moving forward.
BOMA International Guidance Documents:
Local and State Resources
Colorado.gov - State and Local Info including updates on Public Health Orders
Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment (CDPHE)
+ Safer at Home Website
City of Denver Response Update from Mayor Hancock (May 14th, 2020)
Colorado Office of Economic Development and International Trade (OEDIT)
Property Tax Relief Efforts for Denver: Go to the Department of Finance Website for more information.
Federal and World Resources
Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)
+ Cleaning ad Disinfecting Your Facility
List N: Disinfectants for Use Against SARS-CoV-2
World Health Organization (WHO)
Johns Hopkins University - Center for Systems Science and Engineering (CSSE)
Federal Resources for Small Businesses
National Governors Association (NGA)
CARES Act Relief Provisions
Webinars and Other Resources
Work Authorization Letter Templates
Helpful Articles and Videos
BOMA Georgia Resources
BOMA Georgia has released numerous webinar recordings on COVID-19 issues that are specifically geared toward property managers. We encourage you to visit their site and take a look.
One newly released webinar is on Operational Savings in a Time of Low Census.
The webinar explores the tactics that some property management and building operations staff are implementing to cut costs at their properties in response to a lower building utilization rate. It also highlights some efforts property managers and
building engineers can take in conducting maintenance and preparing for a large number of tenants to return to work in office buildings.
Additionally, they have released a two-part video series on maintaining a hopeful outlook through COVID-19, with a video titled Maintaining Hope in the Face of COVID-19 and
another with the title of a Hopeful, Historical Perspective on COVID-19.
I hope you'll find the message shared in these videos to be as helpful and inspiring as I did.
There are many more recorded webinars available here.