BOMA Info - September 2020
BOMA Info - September 2020
Do not miss this very special virtual event where we will unveil the 1st results of the Energy Challenge in real estate started in 2018! In the company of the host Katerine Lune-Rollet, discover the finalists and the winners of year 2 of the competition, as well as the favorites of the DÉI this year.
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This year, we spoil you! Benefit from all the advantages offered to members of BOMA Quebec. Take advantage of this special membership offer and share it around you!
The current situation raises all sorts of questions among building managers and their tenants. "Can people catch the virus by breathing the air? Is the air filtration system up to the task? Does the system require special maintenance? Will there be additional energy costs?", etc. The information webinar on June 10 organized by Réseau Énergie et Bâtiments, in collaboration with BOMA Quebec, provided some answers to those questions.
In the context of the pandemic, effective signage is one of the most important aspects of properly informing and directing people in your buildings. There are several important factors to consider. The signage must clearly and effectively communicate the new sanitary measures put in place in the building, such as compulsory hand washing, wearing a mask, respecting physical distancing, well-defined waiting areas, spaces temporarily closed (showers, bicycle spaces, etc.), the maximum number of people in the elevators, and several other key elements.
Photo credit: Édouard Plante-Fréchette, La Presse.
Containment measures linked to COVID-19 have had a significant impact on frequentation of commercial buildings and the application of the same prevention and control measures during deconfinement phases is to be considered very seriously by property managers.
When a court ruling on a matter of public interest is covered by the media, it sometimes creates the impression that the judge's conclusion is immovable, set in stone, but that is not necessarily the case.
Canada Emergency Commercial Rent Assistance (CECRA) for small businesses provides relief for small businesses experiencing financial hardship due to COVID‑19. Learn about the latest news.
BOMEX 2020 will take place on October 28 and 29. Several headliners are already announced, including the famous Dr. Jane Goodall.
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With the reopening of buildings and workplaces, companies are putting in place means of control to limit the spread of the coronavirus responsible for COVID-19. Several government bodies, including the Committee on Standards, Equity, Health and Safety at Work (CNESST), have published guidelines to better define these means.
Here are some important aspects to consider in view of the re-occupation of buildings, shared by the firm Gesfor.
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