MQDC has partnered up with the Research & Innovation for Sustainability Center (RISC) and the Department of Health under the Ministry of Public Health to develop safety measures for condominiums, shops, malls, and offices, particularly in high-risk locations.
The guideline would include workshops on making fabric masks and alcohol-based hand gels; precautions on communications, ventilation, staff training, protective gear, and controlled access; and special processes for services like waste disposal.
The property development firm was a big contender at the 14th PropertyGuru Thailand Property Awards, taking home 17 trophies before competing at the 14th PropertyGuru Asia Property Awards Grand Final a few months later where they nabbed the trophy for Best Housing Landscape Architectural Design (Asia).
SENA Development, the recipient of two awards and three highly commended trophies at the 14th Thailand Property Awards, revealed that all their employees will be given coverage against the virus. They also promised that they will strive to keep everyone, but they will have to impose salary cuts.
As for their residential projects, SENA will reduce common fees, offer financial assistance for households greatly affected, distribute alcohol and sanitation masks to the children and establish safety guidelines in case a member of the community gets the virus.
To help flatten the curve, Minor Hotels, the Best Housing Development (Thailand) and Best Luxury Housing Development (Phuket) winner at the 14th Thailand Property Awards, announced that all their hotels around the globe will abide by specific regulations set by each country, keeping in mind the amount of risk associated with each location.
The management has closed all their hotels in Bangkok and other provinces, as well as in Malaysia as ordered by the local governments. They have temporarily combined two hotels in Sri Lanka to reduce operating costs. For the time being, their hotels in Australia, New Zealand, Southeast Asia, and Indian Ocean will remain open.
Retail development Central Pattana has teamed up with real estate firm AP (Thailand) to distribute 2,400 bottles of water for medical frontliners in six state-run hospitals as part of their Kindness Bag Programme.
AP (Thailand) received the Special Recognition in CSR and the Best Digital Performance Condo Development (Bangkok) trophies, along with two highly commended awards in other categories at the 14th Thailand Property Awards.
Meanwhile, Central Pattana bagged two awards and one highly commended trophy at the 10th Thailand Property Awards.
The winners of the Thailand Property Awards showcase that even though their own business is directly affected by the outbreak, they are more than willing to take care of the kingdom as long as they have the means.
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