FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Contact: Sara Davis | 414.303.5149
BROOKFIELD, Wis. – Peter Schwabe, Inc. (PSI), a Midwestern commercial general contractor, is volunteering time and donating materials to help its clients get back to business safely as pandemic restrictions are loosened. The company is installing plexiglass sneeze guards, drive-thru shields, and social distancing signage at more than 60 locations for its restaurant and retail clients.
“We found ourselves with extra capacity when several projects were put on hold as the pandemic hit but are confident the economy will get back on track.” said Peter Schwabe, Director of Finance and Strategy. “We decided to put our extra hours to good use and help our clients prepare their businesses to welcome customers to a safe environment as soon as they could open their doors again.”
The firm sent their “Back to Business” offer to clients in early May and received a positive response. The offer included custom plexiglass shields/sneeze guards, custom drive-thru shields, and a standard social distancing signage package at no charge.
PSI felt it was important to pull together with the community during this difficult time. “Our clients trust us to take care of them,” said Dan Schwabe, President and CEO. “We have the necessary skills and access to materials, so it was a natural way for us to give back.”
Peter Schwabe, Inc. provides design-assist, design-build, pre-construction, construction, and national site maintenance programs to clients in the restaurant/hospitality, health care, industrial, and retail/office industries. The firm serves clients across the country, with a strong focus on the Midwest.