At Duke’s Landscape Management, the safety of our customers and employees is our top priority. We are prepared to serve you with our best work.
Duke’s Landscape Management is conducting business using every precaution and recommendation provided by the CDC and other governing bodies to ensure the health and welfare of our employees and customers.
Our Crew Members are wearing gloves and masks (sorry you can’t see their smiles), as well as, Social Distancing Badges for the safety of our employees and customers. Employees will attempt to avoid direct contact with others (ex. handshakes).
Signage reminding crew members – One Crew Member In Trailer At A Time – has been posted in trailers as a reminder.
According to the Contractor Guidelines, one person is allowed to drive in a single cab truck. Currently, in our single cab trucks, we are testing a new design with a plastic divider. Our goal is to provide safe and health transport to and from the job site.
We have been working effortlessly with our property managers to prepare for re-entry.
We understand that the buildings, at this time, are not fully occupied. Our branch managers are strategically working with property managers and addressing current budgets – looking for areas for them to save money. For example, less flowers, mulch areas that are more visible, adjusting cutting schedule.
In an effort to practice social distancing in the workplace, we are suggesting roping off or posting signage in picnic areas, near park benches and in smoking areas.
I know its hard to believe, but we are having discussions about snow! Blocking off parts of parking lots are a great way to save costs.
Maintaining a trustworthy business relationships with our clients is very important to Duke’s Landscape Management. We understand that for the safety of our property managers, they may not be onsite each day. We are keeping our clients in touch with their properties with property updates via text message with photos, discussing suggestions using Facetime, as well as, meeting new clients using virtual meetings.
We are all adjusting to a “new normal” and will get through this time in our lives with the support of each other. Be well and stay safe.