The safety and health of Muller Engineering Company (Muller) staff, community, and partners is of the utmost importance to us. We have been regularly reviewing the available information from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment (CDPHE), and the World Health Organization (WHO), as well as following guidance from the President and the Governor of Colorado. Armed with that information, Muller has determined that it is in the best interest of our staff and partners to implement the following changes for the foreseeable future:
- Muller employees have been working remotely from their homes since March 17.
- Muller employees visiting construction sites for observation activities are considered essential employees per Governor Polis’s stay-at-home order guidelines. Employees visiting construction sites will work remotely in their vehicles. When employees leave their vehicles, they will maintain six feet of distance from others and follow all other social distancing protocols.
- Our technology systems have proven to be more than sufficient, and we are confident our team will continue to provide the same level of service you have come to expect.
- Muller-hosted meetings are being held using Skype for Business and Microsoft Teams. We are happy to update meeting invitations with our Skype or Teams conference information.
- All calls are being directed to voicemail and all staff are receiving voicemail as emails and promptly responding.
Muller stands by our promise to exceed our client’s expectations and deliver the high level of quality we are known for. Although our staff is working remotely, we are committed to ensuring our business operations proceed as usual throughout the period of stay-at-home orders ordered by the State of Colorado and social distancing guidelines extended by the Federal government.
Our hearts go out to those who have been affected by COVID-19. We look forward to getting back into the office and back into face-to-face collaboration with all our industry partners and friends. Although the work conditions are not ideal, we can all help to flatten the curve and reduce the spread by following CDC, CDPHE, and WHO guidance.
We wish you and your loved ones good health. Please take care of yourselves and each other.
Gray Clark, PE, President