COVID 19 - CKL Response

 
 

Update 23 March 2020

Today the Prime Minister has announced that effective immediately, New Zealand has moved to COVID-19 Alert Level 3, and will move to Alert Level 4 from midnight Wednesday 25 March 2020. This means the closure of all non-essential services for a period of 4 weeks.

We are working remotely

Fortunately, our team members are already setup and have been working from home in anticipation of today’s announcement. They have secure access to client and project files and will be able to progress projects as per usual. Online collaboration tools will also facilitate this process with you and others involved in your projects.

Lines of communication are open

The best way to contact our team members is by PHONE or by EMAIL. Most of our staff are also setup with Microsoft Teams for VIDEO CONFERENCING.
We will continue to answer phone calls made to our main switchboard and can easily transfer you to any individual staff member.
  • Auckland – 09 5247029
  • Hamilton – 07 8499921
  • Te Awamutu – 07 8716144
  • Tauranga – 07 2622282

Our Service Levels

We have been proactive with business continuity planning and have considered how our service levels may be impacted by Alert Levels 3 and 4. The dashboard below provides a summary of how normal service levels will be reduced or impacted.

At the moment we are operating at Alert Level 3. Some services are reduced as in-person contact is being limited. All other services normally provided by CKL will continue to be provided remotely.

As we move to Alert Level 4, access to our team members for face-to-face meetings will not be possible, and our ability to complete field work (site visits, inspections and land surveying tasks) will cease, with the exception of work required to support essential services or critical infrastructure required to maintain human health and safety. Other services will continue to be provided remotely.

Thank you for your understanding during these trying times.

He Waka Eke Noa