Business continuity in these challenging times
Health and safety is and always will be our number one priority. We are closely following the advice from the Government and Public Health England (PHE) on how to prevent the spread of the Coronavirus and what to do if anyone has the symptoms.
Our ways of working enable us to work remotely and many of the team are now working from home with full access to our systems and information. Our office is currently being managed by a couple of people, but we are reviewing this situation daily and adhering to the social distancing guidelines.
Our Site Managers are working incredibly hard to ensure our sites are as safe as possible, providing the necessary PPE, reminding everyone about their responsibility to follow the hygiene advice, and making sure we keep the number of people on site to a minimum with meetings being conducted by video conference or phone. We’re in regular contact with our subcontractors and suppliers to keep up to date with any impacts on the supply chain for products and materials. And our Project Managers are taking steps to pre-order as much as possible to ensure we have what we need on site and we can continue working to deliver our projects.
These are challenging times for us all but we continue to work together and we wish you, your family, friends and colleagues well.