We have been thinking a great deal about everyone and hope you are faring well during this unusual time. Keep in touch; we’d love to hear from you and learn about ways others are handling this situation.
On our end, we’ve been making lemonade out of lemons with a great deal of success. Our projects are on track and our team has adapted to remote work without missing a beat. We are actively brainstorming creative ways to navigate these changes as well as planning as much as possible for future shifts. As professionals in a largely analog industry (plans, materials, job sites), we are accustomed to connecting with our clients and colleagues in person. As you can imagine, we certainly miss having these face-to-face experiences and look forward to seeing everyone real soon.
Through the powers of videoconferencing technology, we have been able to maintain our schedule of internal team and client meetings and conduct in-depth reviews of plans and materials, amongst other things. We even pressed forward with a virtual weekly team coffee chat! With so much uncertainty surrounding us, being able to see each other’s smiling faces has been a huge comfort to our entire team.
Along with the rest of the world, we are monitoring the COVID-19 situation closely. For now, our team will remain remote and we will continue to maintain a safe distance at essential site visits.
In a time when silver linings seem few and far between, we’ve felt so buoyed by all of the warm messages we’ve received. Thank you for your support.
We’re with you in this. Please don’t hesitate to reach out with any questions.
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