E&I Hosts: Saul Alvarado, Vice President, Construction, Energy & Facilities and David Manz, Category Business Manager, Construction, Energy & Facilities
Guest: Matt Robeson, National Enterprise Account Manager for K-20 at Carrier
Since March 2020, Congress has allocated $264.5 billion for private, public, K-12, and higher education spending in response to the pandemic. Much of these funds can be used for your facilities project -- including construction -- if you are able to justify the costs as being necessary to virus mitigation.
In this episode, David, Saul, and our guest Matt discuss the different kinds of funding available for educational facilities (CARES, CRRSAA, ARPA, GEER, ESSER, HERF) and how they can be used to fund your facilities projects.
Coronavirus Preparedness & Response Supplemental Appropriations Act (CPRSA)Coronavirus Aid, Relief & Economic Security Act (CARES)Coronavirus Response & Relief Supplemental Appropriation Act (CRRSA)American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA)Healthy Buildings: How Indoor Spaces Drive Performance & Productivity by Joseph G. Allen and John D. MacomberESSER Fund: Frequently Asked QuestionsESSER / GEER: Frequently Asked QuestionsAASA: School District Funding of ARP FundingE&I's competitively solicited Carrier contractCooperatively Speaking is hosted by E&I Cooperative Services, the only member-owned, non-profit procurement cooperative exclusively focused on serving the needs of education. Visit our website at www.eandi.org/podcast.
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David Manz, Business Partnerships Manager, Facilities & Interiors Saul Alvarado, Vice President, Business Partnerships Manager Joe Castelluccio, Director, Business Development Titus Martin, Executive Director, Supplier Diversity Contact Us
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