NAHB Remains Open for Business

Filed in Business Management, Membership by on March 16, 2020 1 Comment

coronavirusNAHB has been closely monitoring the COVID-19 virus and its potential impact on members of the association and our local and state associations. President Trump last Friday declared a national emergency in response to the rapid spread of the coronavirus across the country. In light of this declaration, NAHB staff in our Washington, D.C. offices will begin working remotely today. NAHB will continue to consult the guidance from federal health officials to determine how long NAHB’s offices will be closed.

While NAHB’s offices are temporarily closed, NAHB staff will continue to be accessible to members and HBA staff as usual. Please continue to reach out to NAHB staff as you would during standard business operations. The association is fully functioning and operational, and NAHB staff are working and accessible even though the physical offices are closed.

We understand this unprecedented situation with the coronavirus presents challenges for our members and HBAs across the country. We have gathered resources and guidelines regarding preparation for COVID-19 in the workplace, and with business travel and event planning at nahb.org.

If you have additional questions, please contact us at communications@nahb.org. We will continue to update members as necessary.

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  1. John Bitely says:

    hopefully our governmental agencies will find away to process building permits and do inspections

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