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Business Continuity in response to the COVID-19 Outbreak

Business Continuity in response to the COVID-19 Outbreak

At Bowman Riley, we have been following our Business Continuity Plan for some time now following recent Government advice concerning the COVID-19 outbreak.

We continue to closely monitor ongoing developments that the COVID-19 outbreak is having on our business to maintain our commitment to our clients and that the wellbeing of our staff is a priority.

Our business operates from three separate offices covering projects all over the country.  Our established smart working initiatives mean we already use the technology and skills needed to work collaboratively when working remotely.

We are following current Government advice to work from home.  Having already invested in high quality IT equipment for all our people, we have the ability to use Audio/Video conferencing facilities and other ways of communicating easily in a business as usual manner.

Our secure VPN access allows quick and easy access to our network, so we can share information easily and securely via a number of platforms.

Connectivity and IT can be put under a lot of strain in times like this.  We aim to react immediately to any issues and do not rely on outsourced third parties.  We have a dedicated in-house team of experts to deal with any eventuality.

During the current events and challenges we now face, we will rely on and apply our core values of Quality, People, Integrity and Delivery to achieve the best outcomes possible.   Our management team is in place to deal with whatever the future brings to make sure we are able to support our clients, colleagues and all of our wider construction teams.

If there is anything we can help you with at this uncertain time, please feel free to contact us on 01756 795611 or info@bowmanriley.com.

Keep safe and well, we are with you.

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