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Spatial Acuity Covid-19 Information

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General Operations

There is no doubt that COVID-19 has become a real disruption to our personal lives and our professions.  It seems that every day brings more uncertainty. I want to let you know that we are wishing you and your team the best through these times and hoping you stay both safe and busy.

At Spatial Acuity, we are continuing our 3D laser scanning field operations with added precaution and to the extent permitted by federal, state, and local laws. Our office team is 100% remote, including our Revit and CAD as-built experts.  Apart from geographic dependent field scheduling challenges, our projects are still going out on time and with the same attention to detail you expect.

Construction is Deemed Essential in Many States

Federal, state, and local policies are changing rapidly and we are keeping up to speed.  Many states and cities are allowing all construction to continue as an essential activity.  Inquire with us directly for the most up to date information.

Spatial Acuity balances many factors when deciding to perform work in this environment, not the least of which is the safety of our personnel, their families, clients, and those we encounter throughout the course of our field work.  Below is our general position on the different areas in which we work:

Commercial – Least Restrictive

  • Most commercial work continues with enhanced PPE and travel policies

Residential – Unoccupied Only 

  • Property must be unoccupied/vacant at least 7 days prior and 7 days after field work 
  • Owner furnishings may remain 

Medical – Limited Case by Case 

  • Limited medical work may be approved on a case by case basis 
  • Any medical facilities that have direct ties to COVID-19 testing, triage, or treatment, are on hold 
  • For approved medical projects, advanced PPE steps will be made, and work must be performed outside of typical operating hours to limit person to person contact 

Multi-Family – Limited Case by Case 

  • Individual units must be unoccupied/vacant at least 7 days prior and 7 days after any field access occurs – owner furnishings may remain 
  • For approved multi-family projects, advanced PPE steps will be required 

Project Procedures & Safety Measures

COVID Safety Kick-Off & Hazard Review 

  • Prior to starting any field work a project hazard analysis shall be performed 
  • All safety policies are to be reviewed, agreed, and adjusted as necessary
  • Specific project PPE plan to be outlined

Field Procedures

  • Upon arrival, all equipment will be wiped down with 70% Isopropyl Alcohol (tripod, cases, scanners, charger power supply, charger plate, batteries, SD Cards)
  • Upon completion of wipe down, the field technician shall sanitize their hands with CDC approved hand sanitizer 
  • At a minimum, all field technicians shall use sanitizer or wash hands every 2 hours
  • Protective gloves may be worn at the field technician’s discretion – or optionally as required by the client 
  • If multiple field technicians are on site, there will be no sharing of any equipment including accessories such as SD cards, batteries, etc. 

Social Distancing Protocol 

  • Following CDC guidelines on social distancing – maintaining 6’ separation at all times, more when plausible 
  • No hand shaking or contact of any sort with another person 
  • Daily morning temperature checks during field work days, as well as the 14-day period following the last day a technician was in the field 

Travel Policies 

  • Air travel approved on case by case basis
  • Travel by car preferred – one person per vehicle

Available PPE (Client May Specify Minimum PPE Requirements) 

  • N95 respirators – half and full face
  • Disposable N95 masks
  • CDC approved hand sanitizers and wipes
  • Gloves
  • Tyvek suits
  • Booties