To be eligible for this offer, projects must meet the following criteria:
- They should start between 1 and 30 April;
- They should have 31 May as the final date for completion; and
- They must be either a temporary healthcare facility, or a new or retrofitted manufacturing facility for producing medical supplies, in support of COVID-19 relief efforts.
- Applications will be accepted until 30 April and each customer can submit up to two projects which total up to $20 million in estimated construction costs.
- The total projects that would be eligible under this offer are capped at an estimated $5 billion in estimated construction costs.
- Additional terms and conditions are to be decided by Procore, based on the project in question.
“We’re seeing the construction industry step up to deliver on the growing need for healthcare and manufacturing facilities as a result of COVID-19," said Procore chief executive Tooey Courtemanche.
“We don’t want cost concerns to slow down the important work our customers are doing in response to this pandemic.
"In order to accelerate their work, Procore is providing current customers with an aggregate of up to $5 billion of total construction volume for use on their qualifying COVID-19 emergency relief projects running on the Procore platform – at no additional cost to them.”