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COVID-19: John Perkins Construction ceases site works, but remains ready to react to industry developments

2nd April 2020 |

John Perkins Construction, which temporarily ceased work on site last week, continues to closely monitor changes in construction industry and government policy.

Due primarily to a difficulty in sourcing critical materials, it is impossible for the company to continue with site works. However, the directors – Rob Yeandle, Rupert Perkins and Alex Jenkins – are doing their utmost to ensure the company is ready to spring back into action when circumstances change.

The John Perkins Construction COVID-19 Operating Procedure, approved by our independent safety advisors, has been distributed to all staff and supply chain partners. This means that when the decision to reopen comes, we are ready to operate to these procedures from the outset.

We will continue to review the situation and, upon further clarity from government and industry, make changes to our current position.

Things may be difficult at present, but we remain convinced that there are brighter times ahead. Even this week, we have received new and exciting opportunities for future work.

For short updates on what is happening with John Perkins Construction, please continue to check our Twitter feed.

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