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24 March: John Perkins Construction response to COVID-19

24th March 2020 |

Times continue to be challenging, but John Perkins Construction is committed to following government guidance. After discussions with the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy, the NFB has advised the following: Construction Workers should continue to work for the next 48 hours until the Government clarifies the term ‘absolutely necessary’.

With this in mind, John Perkins Construction’s site operatives are currently remaining on site. (Non-site-based staff have moved to home-based working.)

We know this may be difficult to understand, for both employees and members of the public. We look forward to greater clarity on the situation from the government, and we will react accordingly when the time comes.

On a more positive note, things at John Perkins Construction remains busy on the preconstruction side, as we look towards a better future, with exciting opportunities on the horizon.

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