A digest of resources developed in response to COVID-19’s impact on architects
The Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) has published guidance to help practices navigate recovery from the COVID-19 crisis.
The Royal Institute of British Architects’ Recovery Roadmap is an online digest of resources developed in response to the coronavirus pandemic and the impact it is having on architects. Drawing on insights from expert practitioners, RIBA have published a series of features to help practices plan their route to recovery – and future resilience.
The Roadmap is divided into three phases: Response, Recovery, Resilience. Each phase considers a series of actions that architectural practices can take across different areas of their business to respond to current challenges; from stabilising finances and supporting staff wellbeing to reopening the office and winning new work. The topics covered have been selected in direct response to feedback from surveys and concerns raised by members across the nations and regions.
Discover the full road map here: Recovery Roadmap
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