In response to the ever changing public health situation as it relates to COVID-19, we want to keep our clients and the general public informed. We have now begun to resume limited operations with every effort being placed on both our employees’ and clients’ safety. As the directives from both the Governor and the CDC continue to develop in how to reduce the transmission of this virus, we are working hard to find a way forward. We are making every effort to safely comply with the protocols being set forth. This includes but is not limited to: face masks for our workers to be worn 100% of the time, limited work crews, body temperatures logged at day’s start and end, staggered start times to limit contact, face protection, disposable gloves, personal hand sanitizers, and more. Our office staff is working remotely but we are able to process design work and estimates for new projects. We are looking ahead to when this crisis is behind us. It certainly is a challenge to work this way, but we are committed to protecting our staff and clients to the best of our ability.
At this time, grounds maintenance has become an essential operation as the grass doesn’t stop growing. We are also running limited installation crews and are only working on projects that were in progress prior to the Governor’s orders for limited work. We are only working on projects that will have potential loss or damage to the client’s property if left unfinished for long periods of time. Examples are erosion, structural collapse, etc. New projects will begin once we are past this health crisis.
Should you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to contact us. We are happy to speak with you about our approach. In such unprecedented times, we must focus on concern for our fellow man and not on how we can find a way to fulfill self interest. It is our intention to work responsibly through this crisis in a way that protects our clients, employees, and the general public as best we know how.