The Canadian and Ontario Home Builders’ Associations (CHBA and OHBA) and the Building Industry and Land Development Association (BILD) have created a roadmap which suggests residential and non-residential construction industry will lead the post COVID-19 economic recovery.
Perkins and Will and the nonprofit Healthy Building Network (HBN) reiterate building products with antimicrobial treatments have not been proven to be a safe or effective means of controlling the spread of COVID-19.
The Ontario Construction Secretariat (OCS) has released the Coronavirus Contractors Survey 2: Restart & Recovery to provide insight on how the construction industry is restarting and recovering from the initial effects of the coronavirus pandemic.
The Canada Green Building Council (CaGBC) has released “Ready, set, grow: How the green building industry can re-ignite Canada’s economy” to offer recommendations for Canada’s post-COVID-19 economic recovery.
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