As we all continue to navigate through these uncharted waters together as a community, we at Webber + Studio wanted to share how we are responding to the evolving COVID-19 pandemic.
Our team remains committed to providing a high level of service to our clients and will continue to work on projects. In accordance with CDC recommendations and in order to best support our community, staff will be working from home. Rest assured we are fully equipped with a bevy of digital tools that will allow us to implement this transition without any disruption to service. While our office space will remain open for the time being, we will be limiting face-to-face meetings and will use virtual meeting tools to maintain the quality of engagement to which our clients and colleagues are accustomed. Site meetings and other construction-related interactions will continue per usual, albeit with fewer handshakes and slightly more personal space.
It goes without saying that our staff, our clients, and our local community are always our priority, but especially at this time. In our industry, we are no strangers to collaboration and innovation. We are problem solvers by trade, and we are confident that our community’s combined efforts to embrace unique approaches to difficult problems will ensure the best possible outcome for all of us.
As this situation continues to evolve, we will keep in touch. In the meantime, we are available to answer any questions or concerns.
Wishing you all continued health and happiness.
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