While the country comes to terms with the inevitable impact that SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19, will have on our lives and communities, public health authorities remain focused on breaking the chain of transmission. Managing the risk has resulted in widespread closures of businesses, schools, universities, resorts, and other facilities deemed “non-essential.” Practically speaking, this means closing buildings and ceasing operations. For building owners and operators, this poses a significant challenge to protect their assets and to ensure they are ready to reoccupy once the pandemic subsides.
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Krause, D., Marcham, C., Springston, J., LeBeau, A., Rottersman, R., Froehlig, T., & Ashley, B. (2020). Recovering from COVID-19 Building Closures: Guidance Document. , (). Retrieved from https://commons.erau.edu/publication/1506