Running Your Firm During Coronavirus

Life has substantially shifted in the last few weeks as America responds to the coronavirus pandemic.  While the health and safety of our community will continue to be of the foremost concern, AIAVT has rounded up a collection of resources aimed at helping our members navigate the financial and business implications of the Coronavirus outbreak. We will continue to add to this list, so please share any additional resources by emailing info@aiavt.org.


Loans are now available to small businesses affected by the coronavirus.


The number one request from AIA members to national: Guidance on construction administration. Here are guidelines and protocols from three firms on construction administration and site visits.. The "legal" tab on our COVID-19 response page has more, including two popular resources, the architect's standard of care relative to site visits and how AIA contracts address issues related to COVID-19.


AIA national has several Economic and Industry resources available to members


Report on COVID-19 Impacts on Residential Architecture


Resources for individuals and families in VT


Architect’s Guide to Business Continuity


New webinar explains how AIA Contract Documents can address business disruptions due to Covid-19


COVID-19 Architecture Firm Best Practices, Communications, and Policies This google doc was started by the staff of practiceofarchitecture.com


Everything You Need to Know About Coronavirus Federal Small Business Stimulus Aid Programs


Navigating the Economy: Architects Weather Ebb and Flow of Projects


AIA Trust: Preserving Cash Flow


7 Ways to Make Your Business Thrive in Tough Economic Times


AIA Update on Federal Relief Packages Approved Post COVID-19 Outbreak


AIA Urges Congress to Aid Business Owners During COVID-19 Pandemic


Social Distancing in the Design and Construction Workplaces, Losses and Cancellations, and More COVID-19 News from the Week


Look to your contracts and OSHA during the pandemic


Running Your Firm: Pandemic Risks