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Construction continues at Scott Carpenter under COVID-19 restrictions

By Christa Plaza - May 22, 2020

Construction has continued to move forward for the Scott Carpenter Remodel and Addition in Boulder Colorado. As the COVID-19 Pandemic continues contractor Franssen Pittman and their subcontractors are doing what they can to flatten the curve. A comprehensive COVID-19 protocol has been developed and is available upon request at their job site trailer. The team has collaborated with organizations across Colorado to ensure that all practices are best designed to protect our communities.

During a recent site visit on 5/16/2020 EA was able to see first hand construction progress and actions being taken to combat the spread of COVID-19. Photo (A&B) Pandemic support signage to help communicate face mask and social distancing guidelines. Photo (C) Frequent hand washing is a major element of Franssen Pittman’s COVID-19 protocol and hand washing continues to be the number one tip for the prevention of spreading COVID-19, a portable handwashing station is shown here on site. Photo (D) Safe distancing is a part of any social event that includes the spacing of portable restrooms. Photo (E) EA and FP employee’s shown keeping social distance while discussing construction details during a recent site visit. Photo (F) An aerial shot showing construction progress. One can distinguish the kid’s pool along side the lap pool in the foreground along with the elegant curved outline of the roof in the background.