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COVID-19 Update

Posted On: January 9, 2022

Updated: February 15, 2022

Originally Published: March 13, 2020

As a construction manager/general contractor, the health, safety and well-being of our employees, customers and business partners will always be the top priority. Saunders is taking a conscientious and collaborative approach to prevention and necessary caution to help address the public health concern related to the coronavirus disease (COVID-19). We have taken actions to safeguard our business operations. We send well wishes to anyone affected by COVID-19.

Actions We’re Taking

  • Our leadership team is monitoring information from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment, and local agencies daily to ensure the actions we’re taking are in line with the latest recommendations and guidance. Saunders maintains regular communication with our employees to ensure their health and safety — and that of our customers and partners.
  • All employees who experience symptoms or test positive and are asymptomatic are to stay home. Saunders employees have options to work remotely or use paid time off (PTO), which covers sick leave.
  • Saunders’ office locations are open to visitors. Currently, masks are encouraged in all Saunders’ office locations if the visitor is unvaccinated.
  • As construction services are essential, Saunders’ project sites continue to remain open and operational. All visitors must check-in with the project’s leadership ahead of time as well as comply with any project-specific health screening, social distancing, and facemask protocols. Project site leadership will continue to monitor and communicate requirements specific to each site per local health orders and the client’s direction.
  • While Saunders is not requiring employees to get the COVID-19 vaccine, we do encourage all employees to research and develop a plan that is best for them.
  • All Saunders offices and project sites follow a deep cleaning schedule using cleaning products approved by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. Our offices and project sites have additional hand-washing and/or sanitizer stations available. Working in collaboration with our third-party industrial hygienist, signage detailing good hygiene practices is posted in multiple locations throughout our offices and project sites.
  • Any employee who travels is encouraged to follow healthy travel habits and follow guidance by official sources of public health information.
  • We’re continuing to follow the recommendations of the CDC and developed a response protocol, which includes quarantine and cleaning policies and procedures, where there has been a confirmed or suspected case of COVID-19.
  • We are regularly providing information and access to resources for mental health and wellness through company communication channels.
  • Our leadership team is regularly monitoring the impact of any material delays to our projects and will communicate with our customers, trade partners and suppliers to discuss contingency plans if an impact is anticipated.

Significant updates on the status of our office and project operations will be conveyed via email as more information becomes available. This web page will also be updated with any changes that impact our response to this unprecedented situation.

For any questions or comments, contact our COVID-19 leader, Brad Marsh, at or 303.699.9000.

Media Contact

Teena Bergstrand, Marketing and Communication Director
(303) 699-9000

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