Mid-State Industrial Maintenance is designated as an essential business.
Earlier today, Governor Ron DeSantis signed a statewide executive order for all Florida residents to limit movements away from home except when necessary to obtain or provide essential services or conduct essential activities.
Mid-State Industrial Maintenance is designated as an essential business. We are authorized to remain open and will remain fully operational once the order takes effect Thursday at midnight.
At Mid-State Industrial Maintenance, the health and safety of our customers, employees, and the community are always our greatest priority. With the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) declared a global pandemic, we are thinking of those we know and care about. We understand that this is an evolving situation with the coronavirus (COVID-19) and we are closely monitoring it as well as following the recommendations from experts such as the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).
We wanted to share more about what we are doing at Mid-State:
First, we have asked and emphasized that our team members to not come to work if they are sick therefore not allowing them on a job site or to have customer interaction. There has been internal communications to highlight the appropriate precautions to help prevent the spread of the virus such as the elimination of the typical handshake.
With this in mind, most of our work doesn’t require in-person interaction so we are capable of performing all of our work easily through this unprecedented set of circumstances. Our team can communicate with you by phone, text, or video chat to ensure you are getting the same unmatched Mid-State service. We hope this gives you peace of mind.
Above all, we are here to support you. People always come ﬁrst and we are committed to the safety of all while delivering on our promise to respond and resolve critical complex scenarios with efficiency and value-added knowledge that minimize operational downtime and costs.