Perseverance and Tenacity through Covid-19

May 15, 2020

As an essential business, JDRM Engineering remained open and adapted operations according to Governor DeWine’s March/April 2020 “Stay at Home Order.” JDRM served clients and continued business operations incorporating both remote and in-office functions, allowing the office to follow Social Distancing standards. Teleconferencing helped us maintain communication with clients and among our employees when JDRM closed its doors to outside visitors as directed.

Progress now resumes full-steam ahead with many clients, and new projects have been added to our docket. Our full-service mechanical, electrical, technology, and safety engineering services are here to help you, in whatever manner you deem necessary.

JDRM Engineering’s professionals are working at safe distances, with all the precautions in place in our office and/or at their homes. Following the updated “Stay Safe Ohio Order” we are serving our clients and continuing business operations while limiting the number of people working in the office, enabling remote work availability, completing wellness checks, and ensuring thorough routine cleanings.

Thank you for your continued patience, understanding, and support as we all look forward to a “new normal” routine. Please feel free to contact us at 419-824-2400 should there be anything we can do to assist you in any manner. Together, we will all get through COVID19.

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