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RIAI Information regarding COVID-19
The primary concern of the RIAI is the health and safety of our members, staff and clients. In line with Government restrictions, the RIAI office and bookstore at 8 Merrion Square are therefore closed until further notice. To support the RIAI and our Members during these challenging times, we have developed a series of protocols.
RIAI Services to Members and the Public
While our offices are closed to the public, the RIAI team are continuing to work to deliver services and support to the RIAI members. We are also providing public information services in relation to architectural matters. The RIAI team can be reached via email and/or telephone during office hours, Monday to Friday 9-5pm. You can find contact details for the team on our website or email email@example.com.
RIAI Events and CPD
Please note that all RIAI events and live CPD sessions, which were scheduled for March and April, have been postponed and will be rescheduled in due course. We have an extensive offering of online CPD Courses which can be found here.
Government Information on COVID-19
Information on COVID-19, the symptoms and how to protect yourself can be found on the HSE website. Useful advice on Business Continuity Planning including a Checklist of Preparatory Actions in responding to COVID-19 can be found on the Department of Business, Enterprise and Innovation website.
The management of COVID-19 is an emerging situation and we recommend to monitor the websites above for the latest and most accurate information.
We are also providing regular updates to our members and the public through the RIAI website and social media to reflect new developments as they arise.