COVID-19 has forced many communities to issue shelter-in-place orders to fight its spread. Halff employees are cooperating with these orders and, at the same time, committed to providing the same high level of service and quality for which we are so well-known.
Halff’s technology infrastructure is robust, steady and capable of supporting our entire workforce remotely. Our communication tools allow smooth collaboration among internal teams and with our clients and other partners. We have been working remotely for several days now, and it’s practically “business as usual” at Halff … just virtually.
We are dedicated to our clients and strengthening relationships during this situation. Though we can’t meet in person for a time, we are moving projects forward and able to take on additional work.
Should you have any specific needs related to the current situation, we stand by you and stand ready. We are thankful for our partnerships during this ever-changing pandemic and confident that, together, we will seamlessly continue the work of improving lives and communities.
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Infrastructure Advancement Institute
Las Colinas, Texas
Aug. 10 – 12, 2020
Design Build Institute of America (DBIA) DB for Transportation/Aviation Conference
National Harbor, Maryland
Oct. 28 – 30, 2020