To AIA Miami Members and Friends:
We hope this finds you well and ready to take on the business of planning your next steps during this pandemic. This week’s Resource Newsletter deals with reopening our businesses and our lives..
MIAMI-DADE COUNTY IS (PARTIALLY) REOPENING FOR BUSINESS TODAY
HERE’S WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW.
MAY 18 IS MIAMI-DADE COUNTY RE-OPENING DAY. Mayor Carlos A. Gimenez’s Initial Reopening Plan identifies non-essential businesses allowed to open Monday, May 18 with stringent capacity and safety rules in place. Businesses may wish to enforce more stringent guidelines or procedures. Municipalities may choose to follow Miami-Dade County’s guidelines or enact stricter requirements, but they cannot be more lenient. In addition, some businesses cannot reopen until a later date.
REOPENING FOR BUSINESS: Like all of you, AIA is looking at what returning to work looks like and understanding the “new” norm, at least for the near future. As you begin to consider your plans, we wanted to share this powerpoint from a recent webinar, Click here for “What Employers Need to Know about Reopening Business”, presented by Bloomberg Law.
RE-OCCUPANCY ASSESSMENT TOOL FROM AIA
Click here for a document that provides architects, private clients, and civic leaders a framework of strategies for reoccupying buildings and businesses that are in the process of transitioning from being fully closed to fully open.
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CONSTRUCTION ADMINISTRATION IN TIMES OF COVID-19 & BEYOND
Please join AIA Miami and Gensler for a panel discussion to review how Gensler’s teams are adjusting project sites, together with their consultants and building partners, in times of COVID. The focus will be on how site health & safety, shared technology platforms & analog practices prevail. CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
Mentorship Survey generated by the National Associates Committee’s Mentorship Workgroup. The AIA is conducting a study to gather data and build research on the environment of architectural mentorship as it currently exists. The survey should take approximately 10-15 minutes to complete. Deadline is Sunday, May 31.
Stay safe and let us know what AIA Miami can do to help.