Kia ora Whanau,
We wanted to touch base and give you an update from the team.
It has been heart-warming to see so many wonderful community groups band together to assist our self-isolating and most vulnerable community members this week. We are all in this together and we are all impacted. Our thoughts are with those on the medical frontlines, those delivering essential services, and those needing to self-isolate away from their loved ones.
We enacted our Pandemic Plan over the weekend which saw most of our staff working at home from Monday. We 100% support the Government’s #stayhome call. Fortunately, outside of fieldwork, we are able to continue to deliver on our services as we have been running a decentralised system for a while now and have all the tools we need to minimise any disruption. The only real change is to our meeting platform which will be online via Zoom / Skype as opposed to in-person. In the event of sickness, our team of planners and surveyors are well placed to ensure project and service continuity.
Our relationships and connections with community stakeholders, professional colleagues, and clients are very important to us. We are committed to doing our best to support you by ensuring minimal disruption to our service delivery, progressing with deliverables, and adapting our service to align with your New Normal.
Please reach out to us at any time, we look forward to it.
Stay well and keep safe!
Nāku iti noa, nā