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Current working arrangements at Jonathan Rhind Architects

— 17 Mar 2020


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In the light of the current situation, we wanted to keep our clients, suppliers, friends, colleagues etc informed of our response to COVID-19. As far as is possible, we are continuing with business as usual, and we will continue working on your current projects and taking on new work.

We are following Government guidance, and there are changes to normal working routines. The safety of our employees, clients, suppliers and anybody with whom we work is paramount and we are putting in place the necessary infrastructure to allow employees to work from home, so that they can continue to work on projects while self-isolating/supporting other family members, if this is necessary. 

Where possible, email is the best form of contact, however, we are available on the phone, or can arrange Microsoft Team (skype) calls and/or site visits with minimal close contact.

This is a fast-moving situation and we are monitoring Government advice and responding accordingly, but we are all keen to keep working and are pitching in to ensure projects carry on as normally as possible.

If you have any concerns at all or just wish to have a chat with your project contact please do contact us.

 

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