31 03, 2020

OPC’s Plan to Face COVID-19 Challenges

2020-03-31T11:22:56-07:00March 31st, 2020|News|

OPC has implemented procedural changes to minimize business disruption during the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. Our goal remains the same, to provide the highest-quality support to our clients and those affected by the services we provide on various projects. We will continue to focus on this level of excellence while assuring the utmost safety to our staff, their families, partners, and the communities we serve. OPC will remain open during our regular business hours and we have adjusted our business operations so that the majority of our employees are working remotely.

We have also instigated specific directives in regard to our project tasks. These include reduced community/group meetings, communications (paper and otherwise) limited to phone/email, inspections on vacant units only, and social distancing adhered to at all times. During this very dynamic time, OPC’s Project Managers will be following up on project-specific issues and providing updates to our staff, as necessary. If you have any questions, please reach out to us via the Contact Page so that we may get back to you as soon as possible.

11 03, 2020

A Message from Brian Everett, President & CEO, OPC

2020-03-11T14:05:10-07:00March 11th, 2020|News|

Message from Brian Everett, President & CEO

At Overland, Pacific and Cutler, LLC (OPC), we recognize the impact and uncertainty that COVID-19 (Coronavirus) is creating in our communities, and our hearts go out to all who are affected. Our number one priority at OPC is the health and safety of our employees, our clients, and our communities. Given our role as the human element for public infrastructure, OPC felt it necessary to make certain all parties are aware of our position and ability to continue work and communication undisrupted. While all our locations remain open, we’re monitoring developments and taking protective steps accordingly.

▪ Technology – Most employees have the technology to work from anywhere and can securely access OPC networks remotely. We’re fully equipped to deploy the technology needed to serve our clients and continue to maintain stable operations.

▪ Travel – Domestic travel will be limited to necessary trips to serve our clients.

▪ Conferences & Events – We are discouraging attendance at external gatherings with more than 100 people through April 30.

▪ Constant Monitoring – We are closely monitoring reports from the World Health Organization; Centers for Disease Control and Prevention; and federal, state, and local agencies to align our guidelines with health authority recommendations. We’re also monitoring our clients’ guidelines to be aware of other requirements that might impact our work.

▪ Continue Working – During trying times, maintaining proactive, two-way communication is critical, along with creative solutions. If we need to make adjustments in how our project work is approached, due to workplace requirements at your place or ours, we’re committed to doing everything we can to make sure you get what you need.

Our focus, dedication, and support are unwavering as we navigate this international concern. We hope you and your loved ones remain safe, healthy, and vigilant. Please reach out to your OPC contacts if you have any questions or if there’s anything we can do to help.

27 02, 2020

OPC Key Leaders attend 2nd Annual Oil & Gas Pipeline Symposium

2020-02-27T11:19:02-07:00February 27th, 2020|News|

OPC’s Taurean Gordon, COO, Silverio Garza, Jr., Tx Regional Manager, and Ray Armstrong, Sr. Vice President, attended the 2nd Annual Oil & Gas Pipeline Symposium on February 26, 2020. The symposium was put on by IRWA Chapter 8 at the Norris Conference Center in Houston, Texas.

The symposium covered a number of topics, including IRWA Course 225 Social Ecology: Listening to the Community. Keynote Speaker at the event was Thure Cannon, President of the Texas Pipeline Association.