As one of California’s premier builders, Hathaway Dinwiddie is committed to maintaining a workplace that keeps people safe while continuing to meet the expectations of our clients. We continue to follow all state and local health orders, including guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), Cal-OSHA, as well as that of labor leaders and building trades organizations. The company is also addressing the need for safe practices with our on-site supervisors and trade partners. This means giving full attention to everything from fall protection to protecting against infections on the jobsite. We see this as a long-term commitment that requires employees and trades to put everyone’s health first. Hathaway Dinwiddie places the highest value on the health, safety and wellbeing of our employees, trade partners and the communities in all our business sectors and regions. To meet this commitment, we are continually monitoring and improving our work practices in today’s building environment.
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