Blog: Covid 19

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August 20, 2020
Knocking at the Door: Improving Hospital Entrances for the Second Wave of COVID-19

With a second wave of COVID-19 now sweeping across of the nation, it’s appropriate to look back on the first wave to better prepare our hospitals. What risks do our facilities hold? And what can be done to address them? One unexpected area of risk: Entrances.

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August 6, 2020
3 Smart Questions to Ask About Project Selection Right Now

With all the pressure on organizational finances due to the COVID-19 pandemic, it can seem wise to pause or eliminate plans for capital expenditures. But how do you choose which projects should move forward and which should wait when the budget is under tremendous strain? Here's your project selection guide.

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July 7, 2020
Finding the Sweet Spot Between Short-Term Budget Decisions and Long-Term Goals

Human nature drives many of us, and therefore the organizations we are part of, to react to the situation in front of us, choosing to solve immediate needs, even if it detracts from our long-term vision. But we all know the better option: Approach short-term budget decisions in a way that positions us for future success.

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June 25, 2020
5 Struggles Schools Are Facing as They Plan to Re-Open

TASBO and Gordian recently brought together a group of business officers from K-12 schools to discuss their plans for re-opening in the fall. The group identified a few common struggles during the conversation.

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June 23, 2020
5 Ways to Take Advantage of the Investment Window Created by Social Distancing

The need to reinvest into a physical plant doesn't stop - even during a global pandemic - and social distancing is providing owners virtually full, unencumbered access to every building. If you want to take advantage of this unique investment window, consider these five strategies to help keep your capital budgets intact while making critical investments.

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