March 26, 2020 
Our community is going through difficult times as we’ve been ordered to shelter-in-place. And while many of us have the luxury of working remotely, there are those who do not. Workers around the world and in our own communities have seen their hours cut and wages lost. Others are still required on-site, including first responders and healthcare providers, risk their own health to help others. Workers in fields considered essential critical sectors, includes construction (p.11), can continue to work on projects as long as they feel comfortable doing so. Whatever our individual situation, it’s times like these when our fellow workers need our support. If we band together, we can ensure the health and well-being of our community for the long haul.
Catch Up on Our Latest Blogs
Our recently published blog touches on COVID-19’s impact on the construction community. We offer tips and advice on how to keep workers healthy and projects moving toward their deadlines. Our team members have also contributed posts specific to their niche and experience, from choosing low-carbon concrete to designing functioning to inclusive lactation rooms . Intrigued?
Effects of COVID-19 on the Construction Industry - The...

The construction industry is particularly feeling the impact of the coronavirus outbreak because workers are unable to work from home and must be onsite to do their jobs. While we may not be on the frontlines of fighting the pandemic, there are...

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Welcome New Team Members
We are thrilled to introduce several new team members to The Bridge Group. Their expertise, project experiences and backgrounds are already adding value to the projects they are working on. New team members include Adrianna Cai, Elise Cuneo, Sarah Manson and Yvonne Nguyen.
Expansion to the East Coast
Since our last communication, we have branched out to New York. Our expansion to the East Coast means that we can extend our service offerings to your branch offices there. If we can assist your project with tenant-improvement work, build-outs, move management, furniture procurement or facilities consulting, please reach out for a complimentary consultation.
Timely Tip: Coronavirus Resources for Facility Managers
The International Facility Management Association (IFMA) has compiled a list of useful links and resources to help prepare facilities and protect occupants from the spread of COVID-19. The interim guide for businesses is continually updated with emerging information and new resources as they become available. Be sure to bookmark the page for easy reference.
Stay Well and Look out For One Another

It’s important to remember that we’re all a part of the same community — whether the Bay Area, our state, the architecture/design/construction industry, or the world at large. Supporting each other, staying positive, and helping those in need is key during these trying times.
We are here for you and happy to answer any questions on your construction projects. We’re in this together, and we’ll emerge stronger than ever when we work as partners. Stay well, productive and healthy everyone! | p: 415.902.8517