Graboyes has received exemption approval from the Office of the Governor of Pennsylvania to continue to operate
From exemption letter: “It has been determined that the business identified above [Graboyes LLC DBA Graboyes Commercial Window and Glass Solutions, Graboyes Smart Buildings, and Graboyes Efficiency Tenant], to the extent described in your application, plays a critical role in the manufacture and supply of goods and services necessary to sustain life, and may continue to operate at the physical location identified in your application.
“This exemption approval is subject to continuance of and compliance with the social distancing and other mitigation measures to protect employees and the public, including virtual and telework operations (e.g. work from home) as the primary option when available, which were submitted with your request and which have been established by the Department of Health and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to-date and going forward. In-person work at a business site is only to be performed on the most limited basis possible to deliver the services or goods of your life-sustaining business.”
Graboyes’ management team is teleworking
In response to COVID-19, the management teams of the Graboyes Commercial companies (Graboyes Commercial Window and Glass Solutions, Graboyes Smart Buildings, and Graboyes Efficiency Tenant) have been teleworking for several weeks ahead of Governor Wolf’s 3/19/2020 order.
We are up and running to continue ongoing project related activities such as estimating, monthly AIA draw requests, material supply / deliver questions, etc.
Through our IT platform we can host web-based video and teleconferences. If you need to have a virtual meeting with us, just let us know and we’ll provide the login information.
Service to buildings including emergency, glazing, fenestration, carpentry, and automation systems wiring service
While many construction projects are shut down, given our exemption from the Commonwealth permitting us to continue our operations as well as our understanding that the March 19 order permits necessary service to existing buildings under several categories pertinent to our expertise, for glazing, fenestration, or carpentry service including emergency glass repair, please contact Lou Filippone ([email protected]) or Les Schlemback ([email protected]) or call our main number (215) 625-8810 and follow the prompts to reach Lou or Les.
For necessary building automation systems wiring service please contact Bob Debski ([email protected]) or call our main number (215) 625-8810 and follow the prompts to reach Bob Debski.