COVID-19: Resources and Information
Friday, April 3, 2020
The health of ACEC New York’s employees and members is at the forefront of our policies and guidelines, and as such, ACEC New York is continuously addressing the novel coronavirus outbreak (COVID-19). We are relying on local, state and federal health officials to provide additional information and guide us through this process.
We have compiled a resource page on important legislative issues, including up-to-date information from public agencies, that are impacted by or resulting from COVID-19.
We have also compiled a resource page on possible educational resources for members, including past recorded webinars.
Below is a list of continuously updated resources for our members:
Information on ordering PPE items from Broadway Marketing
CDC information sheet on COVID-19
NYC Health website on COVID-19 (includes fact sheet for businesses)
NYS Department of Health website on COVID-19
ACEC National Statement on COVID-19
ACEC National Survey of Member Firms on COVID-19
Business Council of NYS website on COVID-19
Templates and Other Resources for Businesses (Courtesy of Risk Strategies)
Brief: Navigating State Restrictions and Limitations on Business Activity, Updated March 23 (Courtesy of Greyling Insurance Brokerage)
COVID-19 Editable Information Poster (Courtesy of Greyling Insurance Brokerage)
NYS Education Resource Page for COVID-19
Due to restrictions on public gatherings, we have postponed or cancelled a number of events. All attendees have been contacted. Visit our event calendar for more information on the current status of events. We encourage our members to take advantage of our virtual educational opportunities, including PDH and Building a Better Business webinars.
We recommend our members use best practices to protect the health of all New Yorkers:
- Don’t shake hands. Use alternative greeting methods, such as an elbow bump, or simply exchange verbal greetings.
- Provide as much space between yourself and others when possible.
- Wash your hands frequently with soap and warm water for at least 20 seconds. Use anti-bacterial or anti-viral products when hand washing is not possible.
- Staff will continue to reach out to other associations and related groups to update and add to these practices with a goal of maintaining the safety of all involved.
Official Statement on Engineering Excellence Gala
March 13, 2020
Due to the directive from the Office of the Governor of New York State, which dictates that "...events with 500 or more individuals in attendance to be cancelled or postponed," the Engineering Excellence Gala, originally scheduled for April 4 in New York City, will be postponed. A new date will be announced once confirmed. Current ticket purchases will stand until a new date is selected. In the unlikely event that the gala is cancelled, a refund will be provided for all attendees. If current ticket holders request a refund at this time of postponement, a full refund will be provided. We sincerely thank our attendees for their patience at this time.
All overnight rooms for the event at the Hilton Midtown have been canceled; no fees are owed on these rooms.
The safety and well-being of not just the engineering industry but all New Yorkers are essential to the core mission of ACEC New York. We will continue to monitor the continuously developing situation regarding COVID-19 and will continue to act accordingly.