Extreme weather preparedness is a critical area of focus for the modern property professional and should be monitored even outside of its typical “seasons.”
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By utilizing information about how the coronavirus is transmitted, property professionals can anticipate occupant needs and identify new operational best practices. Learn how these best practices can help building owners and property professionals.
7/28/2022 • John Salustri
Since the start of the pandemic, landlords and property managers have been working with tenants to create a safe and healthy environment for building occupants.
3/18/2021 • Karli Lubin, Esq.
Mark Dukes, BOMA Fellow, CCIM, RPA, says he’s ready now for virtually anything: “Storms? Okay. Blackouts? Bring it on. Pandemics? Sure. We have a procedure for that.”
7/15/2020 • John Salustri
Let’s face it. No building manager can be fully armed against all risk to life and business at all times, unless they work in a fortress—and who wants to work in a fortress? Yes, there will be times when they’ll be caught off guard. Then, every event
Around the world, the frequency, intensity and impacts of natural disasters are increasing. These events can significantly affect the social, economic and environmental functionality of communities.