Michael Holly appointed as sub-committee chairman of the Construction Resilience Committee for the Resilient Louisiana Commission
Principal Architect Michael Holly was recently appointed as sub-committee chairman of the Construction Resilience Committee for the Resilient Louisiana Commission. The Resilient Louisiana Commission (RLC) is charged with making recommendations for more resilient business-related activities and commerce in the wake of COVID-19. Louisiana Governor John Bel Edwards appointed a commission to bring together public and private sector expertise to prepare and guide the state through the on-going aftermath of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The sectors defined were:
- – Construction
- – Economic & Community Development
- – Education & Workforce Development
- – Energy
- – Gaming
- – Healthcare & Human Services
- – Hospitality & Tourism
- – IT & Communications
- – Financial Services, Insurance, & Real Estate
- – Food & Agriculture
- – Manufacturing
- – Restaurants & Entertainment
- – Retail & Small Business
- – Rural Development
- – Transportation & Infrastructure
The Construction Task Force first defined Charge 1 and issued a report to the Commission. After that report, known as short term initiatives, the Task Force on Construction focused on long term initiative and divided into two categories: Workforce / Crafts Training Resilience and Construction Resilience.
As a sub-committee of the Construction Task Force sector, the Construction Resilience Committee has broken down initiatives as follows: Private Sector Initiatives, Public Sector Initiatives, Liability, Healthy Communities Initiatives, and Safety in the Construction Workplace.
The results of the above-referenced report will be published and sent to the Commission as recommendations from the Task Force on Construction on June 14, 2020.
To learn more about the Resilient Louisiana Commission, go to https://www.opportunitylouisiana.com/resilientlouisiana.
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