While Coronavirus is causing disruption to businesses and normal working patterns all around the world, we continue to monitor closely Government updates and guidance in terms of the safe working practices of our business and our employees, with our ultimate priority to ensure the health and safety of our colleagues and their families.
In recognition of Government Guidance, we have reluctantly chosen to close our offices during this period, but we are fortunate that our business infrastructure allows us to work remotely, with our full team working from home, therefore we are able to respond to our client requirements and the needs of our projects as we would do any normal working day.
Our office phone numbers remain live, with our switchboard system fully operational if you need to speak to one of the team. We are fully compatible with a number of video conferencing facilities, and our server and email systems all operate remotely so we are contactable during this period.
The measures we have put in place will help to protect our colleagues and their families from exposure to Covid-19, but in case any of our team are effected, along with our business infrastructure, we have put a formal business continuity plan in place which sets out our business resilience to support with recovering as quickly as possible when disruption declines, and to make sure we can continue to deliver a service during this period of remote working.
We would like to thank our clients for their continued support, and of course our colleagues who are working hard to deliver as we always do during these difficult times.
We will continue to update our working practices and this page as government guidance changes.