As permitted by the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency under Civiltec’s designation as an essential business, Arizona staff returned to offices on June 1st and California staff will follow with their return to offices on July 1.

Civiltec successfully transitioned to a remote work environment beginning in March when stay-at-home orders took effect due to the COVID-19 pandemic. In the face of unprecedented change, Civiltec staff rose to the occasion as the firm remained fully operational throughout its remote transition. After over three months away from the office, staff are excited to safely resume in-person work.

“I applaud the Civiltec team for their ability to adapt to the rapidly changing circumstances,” said Civiltec president David Byrum. “They have continued to deliver quality work for our clients without skipping a beat. We look forward to safely gathering again in our offices, albeit with some modifications.” While working in the office, staff will maintain social distancing, wash hands frequently, and wear face coverings as necessary.

Despite economic uncertainty associated with COVID-19, Civiltec remains busy with several new projects coming down the pipeline. “We are grateful to be in a strong position as we return to in-person work,” said David.