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During this unprecedented time, we want to assure you that Scungio Borst has taken the necessary steps to ensure that we are fully operational and will continue to service all clients. Like many of you, we recognize how significantly novel coronavirus (COVID-19) it is impacting our lives, both personally and professionally, yet we must all do our part to limit the spread of COVID-19. Our top priority is to protect the health, safety, and wellbeing of our staff, clients, and communities, while maintaining the same high level of service to which our clients are accustomed.

For all projects, we are following all guidelines outlined by the CDC, OSHA and other public health departments. To do our part in helping to protect our communities, we have temporarily closed our main office. Our associates will be working remotely and will be providing continuous service to our clients. We will remain available, as we will be checking emails, answering phones and responding to messages. On our projects, we have employed extraordinary measures to halt the spread of COVID-19 by following the CDC and OSHA guidelines. We are canceling or postponing all non-essential travel, meetings, and events. Our staff has been instructed to conduct all business-related meetings by telephone or on-line, whenever possible. When in-person meetings or site visits are required, we have encouraged our staff to follow good hygiene practices, including handwashing and social distancing.

Although we are well poised to work in this ever-changing environment, certain things may be beyond our control. Guidelines around COVID-19 are changing rapidly and we will continue to follow precautionary measures advised by local, state, or federal agencies. Future changes or limitations could potentially impact project deliverables and we ask for your patience and understanding.

We very much value our relationship and thank you for doing business with Scungio Borst. We will continue to monitor this situation and will keep you informed of any changes to our operations or business practices. Most importantly, we hope you and your families stay safe and healthy during this uncertain time. 


Phil Borst & Scott Scungio