Cobuilder transitions to remote work due to the global COVID-19 outbreak

Modified March 13, 2020

Today, due to global circumstances resulting from COVID-19 (Coronavirus disease), Cobuilder has officially requested employees of the Group to stay and continue working from home.

Therefore, all physical Cobuilder offices are closed and all employees are transitioning to remote work within normal working hours.

All Cobuilder systems are functioning and our Support Team is available if you wish to contact us by phone or by email.

As a company we are following recommendations from WHO and the various local authorities to reduce the risk of spreading the virus. Social distancing in these unprecedented times is essential for minimising this risk and staying healthy but is also a must for any digital business that has the privilege to continue running online. Аt the same time, we appreciate the heroic efforts of all medical and administrative staff that is keeping in close contact with people and helping society go through this time of crisis.

I address this not only to my team but to teams everywhere across the globe. Although we are keeping physical distance, we need to stand together. Now, more than ever, we need to work together as one! We need to keep the wheels turning. To the best of our ability, we need to act as if it’s “business-as usual”, although it’s not. We need to keep running that extra mile to ensure we stay focused on the future in a rational and systematic way. This is how we will help each other to get “to the other side” of this crisis.

Lars Fredenlund, CEO Cobuilder

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Lars Fredenlund, CEO of Cobuilder

Cobuilder is more than ever committed to making the built environment better, safer and greener. Connecting and collaborating through digital technologies has never been more important than now. Cobuilder will continue our mission to help construction industry actors speak the same ‘digital language’ until we can see the world united by common best practices rather than fear.

In the meantime, our thoughts are with all those who’s health and jobs are impacted by COVID-19.

Take distance, but do take care of yourselves and each other! And don’t hesitate to get in contact with us if you have any questions.