Plumbers are not considered heroes, yet they walk into strangers’ houses, unaware of any dangers a home that may have; without knowing if that person could be impacted by COVID-19. They work long hours and weekends.
Four tips from construction management experts to be better prepared
March 25, 2020
As the COVID-19 pandemic has spread across countries and industries, the commercial construction industry has found varied methods to adapt to changes in workforce, funding and supply chains. Project and construction managers need to not only adapt to the impacts of the current climate, but reconsider plans in order to help mitigate ongoing damages and delays.
Products include sensor faucets, soap dispensers, flush valves, sinks and hand dryers.
March 24, 2020
The bundle of products in the donation helps healthcare facilities upgrade to a touchless environment. The products include sensor-operated handwashing faucets and soap dispensers, sensor-operated flush valves, a select group of sinks made with CuVerro Antimicrobial Copper-Nickel alloy surfaces, and hand dryers.
Taco’s Executive chairman and owner, John Hazen White Jr. announced the promotion of Cheryl Merchant to Chief Executive Officer. The company has been family-owned for three generations and is 100 years old.
The ASPE staff is equipped to work remotely and will do so to safeguard their individual and family members’ health for a period of time, yet to be determined considering this fluid situation, the organization announced.
As a manufacturer of plumbing and heating products and services that are necessary to the essential operation of residences, Navien is closely monitoring the situation and following guidelines from local and national world health organizations.
DHS gives advice for the work truck industry during COVID-19
March 23, 2020
Currently, at least 12 states have issued stay-at-home orders thus far. All shut downs include exemptions for “essential” operations. There is no consistency around the scope of what constitutes an essential business or service, forcing these decisions to be made locally.
The president and U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) have issued a Coronavirus Guidance for America, identifying plumbers and other tradespeople as “essential critical infrastructure workers” as the nation responds to the threat of COVID-19.