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CambridgeSeven and COVID-19

CambridgeSeven News - March 16, 2020

To our Clients, Consultants and Colleagues:


First and foremost, on behalf of the CambridgeSeven family, we hope that you and your loved ones are in good health and remain so during these uncertain times regarding the Coronavirus (COVID-19) crisis. We are committed to doing our part in slowing down the spread of this virus.

Our top priority, as always, is to our clients and projects currently in design and construction. Our leadership teams will be reaching out to each of you to share our plans for the next few days and weeks. While our office remains open, we have encouraged our staff to transition themselves to work from home for their safety and that of their families.

While this crisis continues to unfold, be assured that our staff has been prepared with all the necessary technology required to access project information remotely. We fully expect that work will proceed normally but we do ask your patience as we implement this transition. We have also taken the necessary step to temporarily suspend all travel domestically and internationally. We are also limiting the size of meetings and suggest that most meetings take place via teleconferencing or online.

We support our public health, state and city officials who are doing an outstanding job of preparing and informing the public about this rapidly evolving global pandemic. These measures will apply through March 27th and at that time, we will reevaluate the situation.

CambridgeSeven is committed to excellence in everything that we do. As difficult as it is for all of us to continue business as usual, we recognize the importance of staying safe and we want to ensure that our staff, our clients and the community at large are fully supported while we continue to provide the best in architectural services.

Thank you.

Gary Johnson,
President, CEO