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Our plan for handling the COVID-19 pandemic has to been keeping an open mind, assessing the information that is available to us, being ready to change on the fly, and following the guidelines put forth by the experts.

At the Office:

Working from home has become the norm for us, as it has for most of the world. We have kept our office open and functioning for the majority of the pandemic by sanitizing regularly, social distancing, and wearing our masks.

The use of video conferencing, group calls, and a lot more texting then we have learned new skills and will come out of the pandemic with stronger communication skills then we went in with.

On Job sites:

Most of the burden falls on the contractors and our responsibility is really to know and to abide by their Company Policies while on site.

We now require all contractors to submit there COVID -19 policies and procedures at the start of the project with the general outline of:

  • Health Checks
  • Social distancing
  • Sanitation
  • Masks when appropriate

Follow the Governors Orders and the CDC recommendations

After a sudden and very difficult adjustment period, construction workers and constructions have settled into new routines and seem to have adjusted well.


The inability to meet with our clients, our co-workers and our suppliers has been one of the most difficult things to deal with. A Zoom meeting just can’t replace sitting down and talking face to face. Personal relationships are a critical piece of our business and loosing this has been our biggest obstacle.

I assure you we will be back at the coffee shops and in client offices as soon as it is safe to do so. In the meantime, we’ll try to remember to reach out, and don’t be afraid to give us a call.


It’s really been the same for all of us, we're doing the best we can to get through a tough situation. Follow a couple of rules that are also good practices throughout your life:

  • Have good policies in place, communicate them well, and set the expectation that they will be followed.
  • When at someone else's place, make sure you understand their policies and do your best to follow along.
  • Respect other people and the decision they have made to address the situation, and simply ask they respect your decisions.
  • Put your health, the health of your family, co-workers, and everyone you are associated with first. The rest can be sorted out later.

Stay healthy, and keep pushing through, this too shall pass.

Wendell Finken
Owner and President

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