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COVID-19 resources for architects
The American Institute of Architects offers a variety of resources to face the Coronavirus crisis
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Let’s use this time to build a better future
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The impacts derived from the crisis of a global pandemic are huge, and the uncertainty and insecurity facing architects is enormous. For this reason, the AIA is offering guides and tools through its website to help architects deal with the situation triggered by the coronavirus, addressing issues such as equipment management, financial aspects or legal advice.
The resources include the Architect’s Guide to Business Continuity, a publication designed to help architecture firms navigate adverse business conditions through best practices and lessons learned, with the aim of helping firms to remain open.