Included are external resources and links providing additional detailed information relating to COVID-19.
HOW TO MAINTAIN PROPER INDOOR AIR QUALITY DURING COVID-19
As employees return to their offices, indoor air quality is on the minds of many tenant companies. Fortunately, there is a wide range of organizations with excellent guides and tools for analyzing the operations of your HVAC and other building systems. View the article on “How to Maintain Proper Indoor Air Quality” on our blog, BOMA on the Frontline.
COMMERCIAL EVICTION MORATORIA IN LOS ANGELES COUNTY: KNOW YOUR RIGHTS AS A BUILDING OWNER
As owners review eviction moratoria governing their relationship with the tenants, Corin Korenaga of Cox, Castle & Nicholson provides a matrix outlining the key components of each local ordinance. View the complete article and matrix on our blog, BOMA on the Frontline.
SECURITY CHECKLIST FOR BUILDING REOPENING
To assist in planning for changes in security staffing and path of travel in buildings due to COVID-19, Louis Boulgarides of Ollivier Corporation developed a checklist for our members analyzing security operations prior to tenants’ arrival.
CARES ACT PROVIDES TAX BENEFITS
As owners review HVAC efficiency in light of the Coronavirus, Harry Archung of EMCOR Service/Mesa Energy Systems provides guidance that helps our members leverage the federal CARES Act for the purchase of new equipment.
BOMA/GLA ANNOUNCES UPDATED LIST OF MEMBER SERVICES AVAILABLE DURING THE COVID-19 CRISIS
BOMA/GLA Professional and Associate member companies maintain the highest standards and are essential to the operation of commercial office buildings. During these challenging times, owners and managers need information on companies ready to step up to assist owners in this new environment.
Support the BOMA/GLA member service companies that are a key part of our industry!
CORONAVIRUS TASK FORCE
The firm of Cozen O’Connor has formed a national Coronavirus Task Force addressing legal issues on the impact of the epidemic on real estate and other businesses. Inquiries arising from the emergency can be sent to Don Nanney, [email protected] and will be referred to the appropriate person on the Task Force.