Kinsley Construction, Inc. today announced its plans to support and comply with Governor Wolf’s decision to close non-life sustaining or critical infrastructure operations. “The Kinsley Family and its over 3,000 employees stand ready to help our life sustaining and critical infrastructure clients while protecting the health of our collective community,” said Rob Kinsley, CEO of Kinsley Enterprises. “Kinsley remains committed to the safety and health of our employees, customers, suppliers, and community friends. During this unprecedented period, we are working closely with key clients in sectors such as power, steel, information systems, food, and other life sustaining supply chain needs. At the same time, we have closed non-life sustaining operations in compliance with the Governor’s order. While you will see fewer Kinsley vehicles on the road, know that we are poised and ready to supplement the needs of the businesses critical to support and protect the health, safety, food, and pharmaceutical supply chains needed to sustain life.”
Our commitment: Kinsley is committed to protect the health of our employees, customers, and community as we navigate this challenge.
We are proud of the Kinsley employees stepping forward to provide the resources needed to support the critical life sustaining and critical infrastructure businesses.
We will practice safe health practices as we serve our customers. We are maximizing our use of technology to enable us to work remotely in support of those critical life sustaining and critical infrastructure businesses while not putting our employees or communities at further risk.
“The Kinsley Family is grateful for the opportunities to have served our customers and communities for over six decades. During this historic period, we are thinking of the families in our community impacted by the economic challenges, stress, and concerns regarding loved one’s health. We are in this together and extend our thoughts and best wishes to your respective families to remain healthy as we restore the long-term welfare of the communities that we serve. While this may be hard, we recommend calm. As always, we will get through this together.”