On Sunday, March 22, 2020, Ohio Governor Mike DeWine and Ohio Department of Health Director Amy Acton, M.D. issued The Ohio Department of Health - Stay at Home Order, which mandates that certain businesses cease activities within the state of Ohio, due to the spread of COVID-19.
Section 9 of the Department of Health's Order specifically characterizes construction as "Essential Infrastructure," and therefore, exempt from the business closure order. Additionally, Sections 12 (k) and (q) of the order specify that building and construction trades, along with all suppliers supporting those trades, are "Essential Businesses and Operations," also exempt from mandatory closure restriction.
In compliance with the order, All Steel Mid-Rise will remain open for business for the foreseeable future. All Steel will continue to conduct construction manufacturing operations by current CDC guidelines, putting first the health and well-being of our workforce. Additionally, we are following directives for each of the individual states where All Steel is currently onsite.
All Steel systems can combat the labor shortage. Our facility is still in production; by taking advantage of off site fabrication, you can keep on schedule with your current projects. Speedy installation, less debris, manpower and equipment provide your jobsite team with immediate benefits.
We are committed to you, we believe that the best partnerships are formed in more challenging times. Our goal is to help support the jobsite and your team as best as we can. This memo serves as a small reminder to keep All Steel Mid-Rise Systems in mind to help meet your near- or long-term goals.
We look forward to supporting you.