April 20, 2020
With the spread of COVID-19 within the communities we serve, WWC Engineering is committed to keeping our employees, their families, and our clients as safe and healthy as possible. This virus will continue to have direct and indirect impacts on the way we all conduct our lives, and we will face this challenge head on as a company and as a member of our communities. In times as challenging as these, we all must band together, support one another, and forge ahead.
To protect our employees and communities, WWC is enacting precautions based on guidance and directives from the Center for Disease Control, World Health Organization, and state and local governments. Some of these precautions include encouraging employees to work remotely, making flexible work schedules available, limiting travel, stressing good hygiene practices, requiring self-quarantine for those returning from travel, and ensuring employees who are feeling ill stay home and follow CDC guidelines for self-quarantine.
While implementing these precautions, please know that WWC is unwavering in adherence to our key values of SERVICE, QUALITY, and INTEGRITY, and that is what you can continue to expect. Many of our staff are currently working remotely, while our surveyors, and field personnel continue to perform field services using added precautions. WWC is well-suited to ensure business operations continue if or when the entire staff transitions to remote work. These actions will ensure that we continue to meet your project needs. While this event creates challenges and presents serious risks, it gives us an opportunity to be creative about how we operate and serve our clients as we follow our motto of “Solving Problems and Delivering Value.” We will monitor updates from health officials and adjust our plans accordingly.
Should you have any questions or concerns regarding ongoing work or how COVID-19 may impact your projects, please do not hesitate to reach out to us. We sincerely appreciate being a member of your extended community.
To read more about how our staff is adjusting to working from home, see this article in The Sheridan Press.