COVID-19 UPDATE: 3/24/2020

Essential Business Operation

Yesterday, Denver Mayor Michael Hancock issued a stay-at-home order for the City and County of Denver in response to the coronavirus pandemic, while also keeping open essential services and businesses. The stay-at-home order goes into effect today at 5PM and will continue through 5PM. Friday, April 10, unless the order is extended past April 10.

Per the order, businesses that supply products and services to industries deemed as Essential are allowed to keep their facilities open and operational. As a result of PEAK’s servicing of clients in several Essential Industries, PEAK has been deemed as an Essential Business.

Our office and warehouse will remain open and we will continue with a coverage plan that enables the staffing of the PEAK physical building to enable the support of our client’s various operations. We can accept shipments and arrange deliveries as needed, whether procured from PEAK or not. Our integration facility (with data center-class power and cooling) is available for any configuration or integration work prior to shipping to a client’s location, thereby reducing the need for on-site professional services. We are instructing all employees to continue to follow the work directives previously issued in regards to remote work and existing job schedules.

PEAK’s staff is following all suggested protocols and is available to assist your organization with any product or services you may need during this time. Please contact your Account Executive or feel free to contact PEAK’s VP of Sales, John Simonton with any questions or needs at [email protected] or 303-396-1901. I can also be reached at [email protected] on my office phone at (303) 396-1916 or my cell at (303) 807-0968.

 

Vince DeRose
President | PEAK Resources, Inc.