1100 Architect Response to COVID-19
In consideration of the COVID-19 Pandemic and in full deference to emergent public health advisories, 1100 Architect has transitioned its entire staff to remote work.
As a proactive measure to safeguard our team members, their families, and the broader community, our remote-work practices have been in effect since Thursday, March 12. These practices are operating effectively and will be maintained until local and state authorities inform it is prudent and safe to resume in-person business operations.
We continue to work at full capacity, in both New York and Frankfurt. Each of our employees has the equipment, technology, and training to continue to do their work in the collaborative, efficient, attentive, and secure ways that have always been foundational principles of our firm. We have optimized our technology infrastructure such that it provides a robust platform for reliable, fast, and secure communications.
Our practices for client service, design excellence, project management, quality assurance, quality control, and business operations remain unchanged and uninterrupted. So, too, is our commitment to supporting a creative, collaborative, and healthy workplace.
In these moments that challenge all aspects of the diverse communities we serve, we consider it all the more imperative for our clients and constituents of these communities to receive the highest level of professional service and for their environments to be safe and secure. As always, we are accessible and ever attentive to any inquiries or communication, so please reach out to us over phone or email.
With our very best wishes,
David Piscuskas, FAIA & Juergen Riehm, FAIA
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