Garmann/Miller Architects-Engineers CEO Eric Baltzell, PE, stressed that his team’s dedication to its clients will continue in response to the order by Gov. Mike DeWine to close Ohio schools for three weeks beginning Monday, March 16, to help prevent the spread of Covid-19. K-12 facility design has been the cornerstone of the firm’s business since its founding in 1993. In that time, team GMAE has served over 60 districts across the Buckeye State from its Minster and Columbus offices.
“At Garmann/Miller, the health and well-being of our communities is our top priority,” Baltzell said. “As we continue to monitor the Covid-19 situation, we understand the concern that K-12 districts and families may have in response to the closing of Ohio schools for the next three weeks. One constant that will remain is our responsiveness to the needs of you, our clients, in education and every industry we serve. Each of us here at GMAE remains committed to you and will do all we can to prevent any interruptions in project schedules. Please reach out to me at 419.628.4240 if I or anyone on our team can assist you in any way.”
Information on the coronavirus is quickly evolving, and GMAE urges its clients and stakeholders to follow these resources to stay up on the latest news and preventative measures.
World Health Organization
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
Ohio Department of Health