BOMA International’s Coronavirus Resource Center
As we continue to navigate the COVID-19 pandemic, BOMA International is actively working to provide commercial real estate professionals with credible information on how to mitigate the potential health and business impacts. Based on information from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), BOMA International has released a series of guidance documents to help property professionals address this public health crisis.
BOMA International continues to monitor the latest COVID-19 developments, and additional resources are being posted regularly to this webpage (www.boma.org/coronavirus). These resources include webinar recordings, relevant articles and links to helpful documents, websites and expert analysis. Members also should refer to the CDC and World Health Organization (WHO) for the latest updates and best practices.
BOMA International's Guidance for Industrial Properties
While many tenants in office buildings have been working from home in recent months, most tenants in industrial buildings have been reporting to work as usual, all while adjusting to a “new normal” in response to health and safety concerns. Industrial property managers and tenants are challenged with protecting workers, visitors, contractors and other personnel and ensuring safe building operations and management practices amid COVID-19. To offer guidance, BOMA International assembled a task force of industrial real estate professionals to develop best practices for industrial owners and managers to consider, as well as recommendations that may be shared with tenants in industrial properties. Industrial Re-Set: Operational and Management Guidelines for Industrial Properties Amid COVID-19 provides a framework for developing customized management and building plans, and it identifies questions and important topics that should be considered.