ACE GNY Mentor Firms Contribute to Coronavirus Aid Efforts

In response to the current situation with Coronavirus, a number of ACE GNY firms have been contributing their expertise in various ways to provide supportWe want to highlight some firms that are actively responding to the current situation: 

These firms are all providing/ creating PPE to help fight Coronavirus:

ARUP Is among the firms that have joined the University of Southern California School of Architecture‘s Operation PPE. Link 

Cannon Design Has created a coalition to help generate masks for healthcare workers.Link 

HNTB Is among the firms that have joined the University of Southern California School of Architecture‘s Operation PPE. Link 

KPF’s Makerspace has been fabricating face shields which will go to health care workers in all five boroughs. Read more about their efforts to provide PPE. Link 

Perkins Eastman has shared their 3D printers to create face shields for health care workers. Link 

These firms are all supporting health care institutes from building field hospitals to improving existing facilities:

AECOM has been supporting work on a temporary medical facility in Long Island. Link 

AKF Group Is assisting numerous health care institutes with their needs in response to COVID-19. Link 

Di Domenico + Partners has developed the design for the temporary hospital at the Javits Center. Link 

EJ Electric is supporting with a new field hospital for New York-Presbyterian Hospital / Columbia University Irving Medical Center‘s COVID-19 patients. Link 

Jaros Baul & Bolles is working with on creating alternate health care facilities that will accommodate more patients. Link 

Their incredible efforts highlight just how important and integral the A-C-E industry is to our society. Their work makes it possible for New York City to move forward during this crisis. Thank you! 

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