A Message from AHBL to our Clients and Communities
Transparency is at the heart of AHBL’s way of doing business. With that in mind, we want to assure our clients, partners, communities, neighbors, and friends that your health and well being are at the top of our priorities at this time.
Like all of you, we have been carefully monitoring the escalating severity of COVID-19 (Coronavirus) in our region. AHBL leadership is tracking all developments and taking our cues from the guidance provided by the state, federal government, CDC, and other trustworthy sources.
The health of our communities and childcare obligations are priorities for our employees. Many of our team members and their families have been affected by school closures for the foreseeable future. We recognize our role in contributing to the overall health of our communities and doing what we can to help “flatten the curve." For this reason, AHBL is taking steps to allow for our employees to work remotely during this time. For years, AHBL has invested in technology and we are grateful to have the ability to utilize remote access, video conferencing, and collaborative platforms to keep families together and the business operating smoothly during this challenging time.
Finally, we must all remember those in our communities who need our assistance more than ever. As a longtime partner of Food Lifeline and other organizations combating hunger, we encourage you to support food banks in your area, seek opportunities to support small businesses, and support one another during this unprecedented time.
We understand that we are not alone in the impact of and response to COVID-19. AHBL is extremely proud of the resolve and efforts shown by our staff in keeping each other safe while continuing to deliver the top-notch service that our clients have come to expect. We are hopeful that this outbreak will be contained soon thanks to the tireless work of many. In the meantime, please be reassured that AHBL is committed to managing our teams to continue fulfilling project expectations and remaining responsive to the needs of our dynamic projects. We will continue to monitor the progression of the response and remain adaptive to our clients, communities, and employees' needs.
Doreen Gavin, PE, LEED AP
President & Civil Principal