COVID-19: Maintaining Building Operations and Preparing for Re-Occupancy
Recorded On: 03/26/2020
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What does the pandemic mean for your business next week, next month and beyond? Learn about the mitigating actions building owners and managers should be taking now to lessen the impact of the COVID-19 crisis in the days, weeks and months ahead.
• Creating a mitigation plan—where should you be focusing your attention now?
• Managing buildings during this period of reduced occupancy
• Preparing your buildings, your team, your tenants and your vendors for re-occupancy
• Anticipating and managing supply chain disruptions
• Landlord/tenant legal issues—force majeure, rent abatement, operating expense pass-throughs, and lease-related concerns
• Insurance: general liability, business interruption and other insurance concerns – what’s covered and what’s not
• Keeping your team functioning in this disconnected environment
Ryan Miller, ARM-E
Principal, Critical Functions, LLC
Ryan Miller is founder and principal of Critical Functions, an operational risk and resiliency advisory firm which helps organizations protect their critical business functions. Until recently, Ryan was the appointed Emergency Management Director for Howard County, MD where he served for almost fifteen years. In that time, he was responsible for preparing for, responding to, and recovering from numerous complex disasters. Ryan is a Certified Emergency Manager (CEM), Associate in Risk Management (ARM-E), and holds business continuity planning and audit certifications. Ryan also teaches graduate-level disaster management courses at The George Washington University, his alma mater where he obtained his Master of Science, focusing on crisis, emergency, and risk management.
Ray Petrisek, MS, ASCP(MT)SM, HEM
Senior Microbiologist, HP Environmental, Inc.
Raymond (Ray) Petrisek is the Senior Microbiologist for HPE, where he consults on indoor air quality (IAQ) assessments and reviews scientific data dealing with human exposure to biohazards. In this role he has conducted countless investigations of biocontamination of water damaged buildings and water systems. Mr. Petrisek has successfully directed aerobiological assessments of numerous projects for commercial office, medical and industrial facilities. He is certified by the American Society of Clinical Pathology (ASCP), both as a medical technologist and specialist in microbiology and has over 35 years of experience in medical, health care environmental management and environmental microbiology.
Andrew Robinson, Esq
Principal, Offit Kurman | Attorneys At Law
Andrew Robinson is a Principal in the Real Estate Law and Transactions group of Offit Kurman with a practice focus on matters relating to land use, administrative law, commercial leasing, land development, complex real estate transactions and financing, medical cannabis law, business acquisitions/sales, general corporate matters, and civil litigation. Mr. Robinson has extensive experience representing clients facing homeowner association, landlord-tenant, real estate/construction disputes. He has assisted clients in processing subdivision and condominium development as well as in planning and zoning matters throughout the state of Maryland.
Marc Fischer, CPM, RPA, CCIM, LEED Green Associate, BOMA Fellow (Moderator)
President | CEO, InsiRE Commercial Real Estate Services
Marc Fischer is the President & CEO of InspiRE Training & Development. He is a Senior Commercial Real Estate Executive with proven success building and leading high-performance teams, delivering exceptional financial results for the business unit, and adding portfolio value through measurable gains in occupancy, tenant retention, and cost control. Marc is a nationally recognized facilitator and speaker on property management, asset management, and more. He also has a 25+ year background as a paramedic.