O P I N I O N
We got this!
C OVID-19 rips like a wildfire through our communities ruthlessly disrupting daily life as we know it. The virus arrived on our doorstep without an invitation, turning the world upside down in an instant. All of us in the AEC industry are being challenged by the disruption this virus is causing, but we got this. Solving problems is what we do.
We are committed to keeping our staff, their families, and the communities we serve safe. But we also feel a strong obligation to keep Connecticut’s economy moving forward for the well-being of all its residents. These are unprecedented times. But we are prepared. Over seven decades in business has taught us to expect the unexpected. We are agile “We are committed to keeping our staff, their families, and the communities we serve safe. But we also feel a strong obligation to keep Connecticut’s economy moving forward for the well-being of all its residents.”
We are Luchs Consulting Engineers/DeCarlo & Doll Architects. We are a 38-person civil engineering and architectural firm. We design horizontal and vertical infrastructure improvements that make our world safer, cleaner, and better connected. We are an integral part of the fabric of our modern society – the work we do supports economic growth and shapes our world for tomorrow. We, too, are challenged by the disruption that this virus is causing. But we got this. Solving problems is what we do. As a Connecticut small business, we are extremely sensitive to the impact COVID-19 is having on our employees and the clients we serve. This is our home. We live, work, and play in the communities being affected: our children attend neighborhood schools and local colleges; our friends own restaurants and other small businesses that are the backbone of our economy; our relatives, young and old, are anxious.
See LYNN DIGIOVANNI, page 11
THE ZWEIG LETTER MAY 4, 2020, ISSUE 1343
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