Click on the button above to access Cascade Energy’s COVID-19 Safety Plan. This document guides our efforts to keep our employees and customers safe. It educates readers on how to limit the spread of COVID-19; provides a decision tree for site visits; and establishes before, during, and after guidelines for conducting safe site visits.

June 2020

Cascade continues to monitor the COVID-19 pandemic as it evolves. We rely on the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and state and local health authorities where we have employees and clients as primary sources of information for us. We will continue to follow all guidance issued by these organizations as circumstances evolve. Our Infectious Disease Action Committee continues to meet twice a week to develop and coordinate our strategic response to the outbreak.

As certain geographies and segments of our country slowly phase into reopening, our top priorities remain to

  1. Ensure the safety of our people, clients, and the public
  2. Safeguard business continuity throughout the next stages of the pandemic
  3. Support the resumption of business operations as reopening occurs.

We remain focused on delivering the highest level of client support possible, and our team is innovating creative ways to deliver our services when face-to-face meetings and workshops may be limited. We are working hard to listen to our customers’ challenges, identify barriers to remote work and delivery, deploy new solutions, and bring immediate value to customers.

Cascade’s core values continue to guide our response and serve us greatly in times of hardship:

  1. Do the right thing 
  2. Put others first 
  3. Seek shared success 
  4. Learn constantly 
  5. Be industrious 

Please know that we are here to help. We invite all customers to tell us about the unique circumstances you face and how we can work with you in creative ways to achieve our mutual goals. Don’t hesitate to reach out to me, a division Vice President, or your primary Cascade contact if you’d like to discuss how we can help.


Marcus Wilcox, CEO