Changes at PBS as We Continue to Safely Serve our Clients

Ensuring quality work in the midst of COVID-19, PBS continues to remain open for business and able to assist our clients.

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View our most recent COVID-19 policies:

Putting the well-being of our staff, clients, and communities first, we have deployed operational changes—effective Friday, March 13, 2020—to ensure full business continuity while following governmental recommendations related to COVID-19. PBS is safeguarding healthy work environments, while ensuring our clients continue to receive quality work products.

Our firm has dedicated significant resources to business continuity planning over the past several years, implementing technologies that allow our team to collaborate remotely, thus positioning us to adequately address our client’s needs when the unexpected arises. PBS has expanded operational guidelines to enable our employees to effectively work from remote locations, following the “social distancing” recommendations by the CDC in the PBS spirit of safety first. Conferences, non-essential travel, and other work-related gatherings are being deferred.

By using our remote access technologies, PBS plans to conduct business at full capacity while prioritizing the health of our talented team. Our phones, email, and web-based communications remain available to both clients and the community. In line with the “social distancing” guidelines, we are asking those who are accustomed to visiting our offices in person to please connect with that office in advance.

PBS is working hard to maintain normal operations and ensure the quality of work on which our clients have relied for more than 35 years. In addition, PBS is currently responding directly to our community’s COVID-19 issues by assisting clients with consultation, operational staff support, temporary facility design, surveying, monitoring, and many other services that we continue to provide on an ongoing basis. Click here for more information regarding our COVID-19 Compliance Services.

COVID-19 Educational, Compliance, and Reoccupancy Services

As a leader in health and safety training, PBS is working with local municipalities, educational organizations, and construction companies to educate and document COVID-19 compliance efforts, and to support the reoccupancy process. Click below to learn more:

Please contact our offices if you have any questions.

Thank you,

Guy Neal, PE
President

PBS Engineering and Environmental Inc.
pbsusa.com

Posted: March 16, 2020