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Response to COVID-19

Stahl Protocol

Updated August 17, 2020

Stahl is following guidelines set forth by the Center for Disease Control (CDC) and Minnesota Governor Tim Walz pertaining to the COVID-19 outbreak. As such, you may notice the following from our team:

  • Stahl intends to remain active on our construction sites, provided we have the workforce and ability to remain compliant with the relevant jurisdictions. We will communicate any challenges that may arise as some cities remain shut down, potentially impacting our ability to call for the appropriate inspections. We are preemptively reaching out to the cities in which we are working to request video conference inspections if their offices intend to remain closed.
  • Increased cleaning, hand washing stations, and hand sanitizer on our jobsites and office.
  • Proactive communication regarding any impacts we are seeing and suggested actions to keep our work on track. We are currently tracking material supply and workforce impacts, including the aforementioned inspection issue.
  • Requests to make progress on work that can take place while facilities are closed, including destructive testing or work that would otherwise be challenging in an occupied facility.
  • A limited number of people to be working in our physical office at a time. All personnel in our physical offices are required to observe face mask and social distancing measures as required by the State of Minnesota.
  • Continue to use technology for remote meetings with colleagues, clients, and partners
  • All employees are encouraged to continue working remotely if they are experiencing any symptoms of illness, including symptoms of allergies, cold, flu, or any others.

We will continue to be flexible in how our team works, utilizing our excellent technological and communication tools to stay productive for our friends, clients, and partners.

We remain together, apart. 

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Please contact us if you have any questions or considerations.

Our Response to COVID-19
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