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Moving Forward Together: A Message from Our CEO, Brian Reynolds

At Renier Construction, we are actively navigating the rapidly evolving COVID-19 emergency. From our team to clients, sub-contractors to architects, each member involved in our design-build process is a part of the Renier family and the success and safety of our family is always our first priority.

We are continuing to monitor the situation to stay on top of recommendations from the health agencies & authorities.  Many of you know that Governor DeWine put out a “Stay at Home Order” covering all businesses in Ohio that are non-essential to help prevent the spread of the Coronavirus.  All essential businesses are allowed and encouraged to continue to operate.  As we read and interpret the order, construction is considered an essential business and therefore we can continue to operate.  

We are adjusting business priorities and processes to provide the responsive service that is needed during times like these. Rest assured; our path forward still embodies our core values - including operating with the utmost Integrity. In an effort to continue operations in the safest possible manner, we’ve implemented all of the CDC’s recommendations, closed the office to on-site meetings and all but a few members of the staff are working remotely.

In addition, staff at jobsites will have temperatures taken before leaving home and before stepping onto a jobsite. If results read higher than 100.4 or above, staff is required to stay/return home.

“We will get through this and we will probably learn a few things along the way,” Bill Heifner.

Please know that we recognize the importance of our role and responsibility with project needs. Our team is working hard to stay safe and healthy, while doing all that they can to ensure expectations are met and our standard, exceptional service level can be provided.

Should you have any questions or concerns during this time, please feel free to reach out to us!

Brian Reynolds, AIA
Vice President & CEO

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