First and foremost, I hope that you and your staff are healthy and that you have successfully migrated to a virtual work environment. We are charting a course in unprecedented times and although the uncertainty of this situation may seem overwhelming, we are doing our part to help minimize the spread of COVID-19, and remain positive and supportive. Our office staff is effectively working from home. They left work on Friday, 3/13/20 and all dialed in remotely on Monday, 3/16/20 with virtually no lost time – a testament to our robust IT systems and extremely knowledgeable IT staff. 


One thing you may find comforting during these difficult times is that your project remains our priority. Our employees all have remote access to our network and all the project files they need. Teams are video conferencing daily and our projects continue to progress as scheduled. Our Leadership Team also video conferences daily to discuss the ever-changing situation and plan for any additional changes we must make. Our field crews continue to complete their field tasks for projects that are considered essential. There is a cohesiveness within Fisher in spite of the remote working environment, and our teams are building even stronger bonds as a result. 


We understand that others may not be as fortunate as we are in being able to continue to work effectively and we offer our support to help you manage any challenges you may be experiencing. Fisher is a family-oriented company and we consider our clients (past, present and future) to be part of our family. We are only a phone call or email away, and we are here to help in any way we can – even if it is just to share a laugh or two to break up the monotony of your day. Please do not hesitate to reach out if you need assistance. 

Wishing you and your staff continued good health. 

Best regards,