COVID-19 Update 1 July 2020
At a time when the COVID-19 virus is affecting communities and families around the world, we would like to reassure all our clients and partners that Nimbus Architecture and Heritage has, and will continue to, put in place all necessary measures to ensure that our people are looked after and projects will continue to run as normal. As an agile, small-medium practice we had the ability to quickly and successfully implement a Coronavirus Delivery Response Plan, COVID-19 Safety Plan and are registered as a COVID Safe Business. We have part-returned to the office utilising the recommendations of Safe Work Australia, alongside the Australian and New South Wales governmental advice and will continue to make use of flexible working arrangements where possible.
We recognise that our practice, in conjunction with our clients and other collaborators, is an essential part of project development and delivery to the market which will help stimulate the economy. Our business is working at full capacity to provide ongoing support in a period of uncertainty to ensure that projects are able to be delivered in a timely manner.
We are committed to travelling this path together to ensure that we deliver on all our current and future responsibilities and produce these deliverables. We are fortunate to have previously set up our third-party certified quality, environmental and safety systems, policies and procedures which provide the framework for achieving these aims. To further assist, we will collaborate with you and each other using a combination of face-to-face meetings alongside Microsoft Teams, Skype for Business or Zoom through the 365 platform.
You can reach us on the main studio phone line or contact our people directly via mobile or email as usual. If you have any concerns or require further clarity about working arrangements, please be in touch with either Jesse or Christopher or your usual Nimbus Architecture and Heritage contact.
Please see our original Covid-19 Update here: https://www.nimbusarch.com/covid-19-update-1-july-2020/