To facilitate quick and easily accessible communication – C&P has created the “C&P Hurricane Updates” page – check back often for updated information from C&P regarding links to recent storm advisories as well as the current status of operations for the Orlando offices and instructions/resources as needed.
Please note:  Information to our clients will be published on our social media channels – LinkedIn, Facebook, and Twitter accounts regarding the status of the office and potential early closings.  As that gets released, you will see the Twitter feed and comments to the right column of this page as well as the main C&P Pages for each of these channels.

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C&P Phone Tree

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Coordinator Betsy Englert (C ) 407-538-6544
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Steve Clark
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Jerry Fisher
George Aziz
Alexandria Locke
Shane Batchelor
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Wade Arnold
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Daniel Lee
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Josh Secrist
Allison Thurston
Rick Smith
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Monday- September 11, 2017 – 6:00 PM

We hope everyone is doing fine and weathered the storm with minimal damage. Thank you to all who utilized the text system and reported in. It appears that our team is safe.
Both Orlando offices are up and running (power on and systems up) and will reopen tomorrow, September 12th. Please come to work as usual. Liberal PTO is still in effect, if needed. If you will not be able to come in, please contact your supervisor individually.
After assessing your own storm damage, if you have any needs that the C&P team might be able to assist with, please feel free to reach out and we will communicate that out and try our best to help.
We are thankful to have a great team and look forward to seeing everyone tomorrow.

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Monday- September 11, 2017 – 3:30 PM

Several areas are under a boil water notice. Click here to find out if you are affected.

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Monday- September 11, 2017 – 11:15 AM

We hope that everyone has weathered the storm safely and with minimal damage.
Please check in with your call chain lead, if you have not already done so. Leaders, please account for your team and check in with your Coordinator. If you have sustained damage or have other needs, please reach out via the call chain and we will do our best to assist you.
We are evaluating the office and safety of the surrounding area and will post further communication regarding when normal business operations will resume once a decision has been made.

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Sunday- September 10, 2017 – 8:15 AM

As the storm moves ashore in Florida, the following curfews are in effect:

  • Volusia – Curfew begins at 9 p.m. Sunday and is expected to be lifted by 9 a.m. Monday.
  • Seminole- A curfew will be in effect beginning Sunday at 7 p.m. until Monday at 6 p.m.
  • Orange- A curfew will be in effect beginning Sunday at 7 p.m. until Monday at 6 p.m.

If you need to report a power outage, here are the numbers to do so:

  • OUC 407-423-9018
  • KUA 407-933-9800
  • Duke Energy 800-228-8485
  • FPL 800-468-8243
  • SECO 800-732-6141

Text FLPREPARES to 888777 to receive updates via text. You will get a text response that you are registered with the State Emergency Response Team. If you send a second text to same number with just your zip, you will receive updates specific to your zip code.

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Saturday- September 9, 2017 – 4:30 PM

Additional evacuation orders have been issued for some Central Florida counties, as well as, curfews being established for some areas. See below for updates.
Curfew information for Central Florida
Evacuation orders for Central Florida
Shelter locations for Central Florida
Text FLPREPARES to 888777 to receive updates via text. You will get a text response that you are registered with the State Emergency Response Team. If you send a second text to same number with just your zip, you will receive updates specific to your zip code.

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Saturday- September 9, 2017 – 10:15 AM

As we continue to monitor the storm, some suggestions on safety measures to take, as well as, helpful numbers are below. Please stay safe and reach out as needed.
For anyone evacuating, it’s suggested that you are on the road no later than noon today (Saturday 9/9/17).
For evacuation help, call 800-352-3557
For traffic info, go to FL511.com 
It is suggested that you take shelter no later than 5pm today (Saturday 9/9/17).

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Friday- September 8, 2017 – 11:45 AM

We continue to monitor the progress of IRMA and impacts on our area.    The 11am update (Advisory #38) continues to show a path that will likely produce significant impacts to Central Florida.  The current forecast track continues to drift to the west and while that is a slight improvement from the previous report, there will likely be lingering effects of the passing hurricane on Monday.   News reports are highly recommending that you be in the place you intend to ride the storm out by tomorrow afternoon (5pm).
If you still need to prepare, please reach out to your supervisor and make arrangements to take time off (PTO). Make sure you are ready. Liberal PTO policies will be in effect from NOW throughout the duration of the storm.
There are a couple of last minute items that we want you to know.
  1. Power permitting, Orlando and Orlando 2 systems will remain operational.  People with VPN access should be able to access systems throughout the storm.
  2. If power fails in the Prospect Avenue location, Global File Services (Drives E:, I:, J:, L:, P:,R:,U:,V:, X:, Z:) , Deltek Ajera, Skype/Lync, VPN and Email will be unavailable until power is restored and it is safe for our team to re-start the systems. This means that Philadelphia, Boston and Palm Beach will NOT be able to access these systems either. Email bagging will occur so you will NOT lose messages, but will be delivered upon restoration of service.  If you are in Philadelphia and are concerned that people might try to reach you during our storm event, sending a pre-emptive email redirecting communication to phone, text, etc. and away from email may be wise. The Boston and Palm Beach phone system will be impacted by a power outage at this location, Philadelphia should NOT be impacted and should operate normally
  3. If power fails in the Woodcock Avenue location, Local File Services (Drive W: ) will not be available
  4. The operations team will assess the conditions around our buildings as soon as it is safe after the storm and will attempt to restore and service outages pending the return of power to our buildings.
Before you leave today there are a few things we would like you to make sure you do.
  1. Know your buddy.  We will ask you to contact them after the storm so have their cell number handy (the phone numbers associated with your name will be on the CP Hurricane Update Page)
  2. Fully close window shades adjacent to your space.  Pull out any items in window sills.
  3. Close any outer office or print/storage/conference space doors.
  4. Shut off and unplug computers to avoid power surges.
  5. If you have a portable device, Take it with you.
  6. Make sure copiers and large format printers are off when you leave.
  7. Try to keep your phone charged during the storm, it will be our best path of communication to you.
  8. If you get email messages from Client’s routinely, set your out of office email message (Tutorial below)
Important information regarding operations will be updated throughout the weekend on the following message channels throughout the storm:
  1. The Emergency Texting System (if you did not get an office closing message today by text, please contact Jay Adkinson at 2460)
  2. The CP Hurricane Update Webpage http://cuhacipeterson.wpengine.com/cp-hurricane-updates/
  3. Email System (as operational)
  4. Social Channels (Facebook, Twitter, etc.)
  5. CP Call Chain (Initiated after the storm passes).
How do I code my Timesheet for this Event?
Time for Monday Office closure will be coded the same as we have previously.  For timesheets you should enter 8 hours for Monday to your department for General Office (G.O.) time.  Any other personal time away from the office taken prior to the storm this week should be coded to PTO.  As we are not sure of the status of future days beyond Monday, there is no reason to pre-record time for this event.  
***Start Email Out of Office Tutorial and Model language
Due to Hurricane Irma, Cuhaci and Peterson Orlando offices are closed. Thank you for your understanding and for all those who may be affected, stay safe!
***Tutorial to Set
Follow the link to set your outside of organization auto replay message below:
How to turn on “Automatic Replies (Out of Office)” or the “Out of Office Assistant” 
***End Email Out of Office Tutorial and Model language

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Friday- September 8, 2017 – 10:00 AM

Due to the approaching Hurricane Irma, Cuhaci & Peterson’s Orlando offices will be Closed Monday, September 11th. Additional preparation instructions will be forthcoming today, so be on the lookout in your email.  We will continue to monitor events and will make a decision regarding Tuesday as early as possible.
  1. During and after the storm we intend to message employees by multiple means to make sure our message can get to you.  Those means include:
    1. The Emergency Texting System (if you did not get an office closing message today by text, please contact Jay Adkinson at 2460)
    2. The CP Hurricane Update Webpage http://cuhacipeterson.wpengine.com/cp-hurricane-updates/
    3. Email System (as operational)
    4. Social Channels (Facebook, Twitter, etc.)
    5. CP Call Chain (Initiated after the storm passes).
Please remember that this event is predicted to be very dangerous, so if you still need to prepare, reach out to your supervisor and make arrangements to take time off (PTO). Make sure you are ready. Liberal PTO policies will be in effect during and after the storm. The offices will be locked down this evening (Friday), during the weekend and throughout Monday.
After we have ensured that all C&P staff have weathered the storm and are safe, we will communicate if the offices can re-open Tuesday. Electronic FOBs or key cards will not operate so do not attempt to come to the either Orlando office until you receive an all clear from one of the message channels above.
Be Vigilant, stay safe,

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Thursday- September 7, 2017 – 3:00 PM

We continue to monitor the progress of IRMA and impacts on our staff.   Most schools and commercial offices have chosen to run their normal Friday schedule, and we will also.  The 11am update (Advisory #34) shows only minor changes in the path and timing over the last 24 hours.    Please remember that this event has the potential to be very dangerous to us all, so If you still need to prepare, please reach out to your supervisor and make arrangements to take time off (PTO). Make sure you are ready. Liberal PTO policies will be in effect from NOW throughout the duration of the storm. At 3 days out, we are monitoring the storm track to determine whether we can safely operate the office on Monday morning.  No decision for closing the office on Monday has been made at this time.
The current forecast track suggests that we are likely to be still feeling some effects of the passing hurricane overnight Sunday night and Monday morning.  The storm however, is predicted to start to turn tomorrow evening.  The rate and timing of that turn will ultimately decide what impacts in both wind and water we will receive from IRMA .  We will continue to monitor events this evening and expect to make a decision regarding Monday operation late Friday.
Some things to note:
  1. A group text will be sent to all of our Orlando employees to confirm the readiness of our emergency texting systemThis test will occur at 3pm.   Please contact Jay Adkinson at 2460 if you do not get the text within 30 minutes.
  2. During the weekend, the buildings will be in lockdown mode meaning quite simply, electronic FOBs or key cards will not operate.  Our buildings are not a shelter, and you will not be able to access them until we give you an all clear message.  If you need emergency assistance, please contact the proper authorities and move to those locations.
  3. We have provided many links over the past two days that can help you facilitate all types of assistance before, during, and after the storm. Please refer to our hurricane update page for more information.
  4. If we choose to operate on Monday and the schools do not, please do not bring your children to work.  Take the day off (PTO) or make arrangements for them and then come to work.  Neither office is designed to accommodate children and we are not in a position to protect them or care for them.
  5. During and after the storm we intend to message employees by multiple means to make sure our message can get to you.  Those means include:
    1. The Emergency Texting System (testing today)
    2. The CP Hurricane Update Webpage http://cuhacipeterson.wpengine.com/cp-hurricane-updates/
    3. Email System (as operational)
    4. Social Channels (Facebook, Twitter, etc.)
    5. If you do not currently receive your emails to your phone from c-p.com, have a shell email account (gmail, yahoo, etc.) and would like to be updated with our normal internal email transmissions, contact Jay Adkinson via email and provide your external email address, and we will add it to our other groups to which we will distribute updates.
We will provide updates as they available and relevant to our business. Our next update will be after the close of business today (likely tomorrow AM) as the next forecast track will not be available until 5pm.  Stay safe and be vigilant.

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Thursday- September 7, 2017 – 8:30 AM

As of the 8:00 AM update the primary impact to Florida is expected to begin Sunday (early morning) and continue through Monday. We will continue to watch and advise as to what the plans are for our Orlando offices moving forward.
By now someone should have verified your phone number and your emergency contact/backup. Additionally, you should know who you are checking in with after the storm. If you have not done this or have questions, please check with your direct supervisor. The C&P phone tree is being finalized and will be posted to the C&P Hurricane Updates page on or before tomorrow morning.
If you are still needing to stock up on water, Ten10 Brewing Company (1010 Virginia Drive, Orlando, FL 32803) is offering free filtered water if you bring the containers. Check here for more info.
Reminders:
  • All South Florida permitting runs have been suspended by our team until after the storm passes as most building departments will be closed after today.  For more information and updates, contact Keith Brown our Manager of Permitting Services directly at 2398.
  • All tolls have been suspended as of 5pm yesterday.
  • Remember that if you need to prepare or have childcare issues due to school closures, please reach out to your supervisor and make arrangements to take time off (PTO). Liberal PTO policies will be in effect from NOW throughout the duration of the storm.
For Parents:
School Closures
Seminole County: Schools will be open Friday 9/8. Schools will be closed, Monday 9/11.
Orange County: A determination on possible Monday closures will be made Thursday 9/7 (per their Facebook page) Schools will be open Friday 9/8.
Volusia County: Schools will be closed Friday 9/8 and Monday 9/11.
Osceola County: Schools will be closed Friday 9/8 and Monday 9/11.
Mobile apps that may be helpful:
FloridaEvacuates.com – shelter app from FDEM Google Play iTunes
FLGetAPlan – preparedness app from FDEM Google Play iTunes
Florida Storms – Florida Public Radio Emergency Network Google Play iTunes
Know Your Zone – mobile-friendly web mapping application for designated evacuation zones
FEMA – mobile app
The new Florida 511 Mobile App is now available from the Apple App Store and Google Play. You’ll need to visit the store, search for “Florida 511” and download the new app from the Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT).
GasBuddy –Easily find out which locations have gas
Other quick links:
Hurricane Readiness
National Hurricane Center Updates/Advisories
Seminole County Updates
Orange County Updates
Volusia County Updates

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Wednesday- September 6, 2017 – 1:15 PM

As promised we are continuing to monitor IRMA and the effects on our CP community.   The 11am update (Advisory #30) shows the center of rotation making a pretty dramatic shift to the east.  While we are not weather forecasters, its movement from 11pm last night (center of storm moving from over Key West to the Miami area Sunday morning – several hundred mile shift east) shows how variable and unpredictable storms are 4 days out.  Please note that all South Florida permitting runs have been suspended by our team until after the storm passes as most building departments will be closed after today.  For more information and updates, contact Keith Brown our Manager of Permitting Services directly at 2398.
Over the past 24 hours, we have initiated our hurricane protocol for a major (category 4/5) storm. Among other things, that preparation includes launching the hurricane webpage, initiation of the call chain, and office emergency texting system.  This system allows us to broadcast a text message to keep you up to date on things you might need to know during and after the storm (including if the office might close either pre-emptively or as a result of the event).
This afternoon, buddy leaders will be stopping by to confirm contact information.  Please help them by making sure your contact information is accurate.  Also, get their phone number as we will likely ask you to call or text them after the storm with your status.  If you have problems during the storm, you should contact emergency management authorities, but we would also like you to reach out to your buddy leader so we might provide non-emergency assistance.
After confirmation of the phone numbers, a group text will be sent to all employees to confirm system readiness This test will occur tomorrow.   Being able to contact you directly will minimize the amount of time it takes to make sure all are ok.
Many of you are following and watching the storm take aim at Puerto Rico, the Dominican Republic and other nearby Eastern Caribbean islands.   We hope our family and friends there are and will remain safe as the storm passes.  Please remember that this event has the potential to be very dangerous to us, so If you still need to prepare, please reach out to your supervisor and make arrangements to take time off (PTO). Make sure you are ready. Liberal PTO policies will be in effect from NOW throughout the duration of the storm.
The current forecast track suggests that overnight Sunday night and Monday may be a difficult day here in Central Florida.  At this point, we are not prepared to announce whether we might close the office either pre-emptively or due to effects of the storm.  We are carefully monitoring the event and will provide updates as they become available and relevant to our business. WE will not put our CP team at risk.
Primary advisories for hurricanes are updated every 6 hours.  Our next update will be after the close of business today (likely tomorrow AM) as the next forecast track will not be available until 5pm.
CP Hurricane Update Webpage
http://cuhacipeterson.wpengine.com/cp-hurricane-updates/

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Wednesday- September 6, 2017 – 8:15 AM

We are closely monitoring updates for Hurricane Irma to assess how the storm may affect our Florida offices. As more information becomes available, it will be shared with you via internal email and also on the C&P Hurricane Updates page. As your safety and that of your families is of the utmost importance, we will continue to track the projected path of the storm and work with everyone to make the best possible choices.
You will receive an update each morning this week with information on what has been decided and/or any actions that need to be taken on your part. Please feel free to reach out with any questions you may have and we will answer them to the best of our ability.
We are in the process of verifying information for our phone tree. You will receive further instruction about how to check in and with whom, from your direct supervisor before you leave Friday. Once the phone tree is verified, it will also be posted on the C&P Hurricane Updates page.
As of this morning’s 8:00 AM update, it is suggested that Florida will begin to feel tropical storm force winds Saturday morning. Some models are showing an eastward shift in the storm overall. We will keep monitoring the storm’s track throughout the week.
Below are quick links to assist in your preparations. Tolls have been suspended throughout the state starting at 5pm today. The suspension is meant to make it easier for residents (and visiting tourists) to prepare for the storm, access hurricane supplies, and quickly and safely evacuate if necessary.
·         Hurricane Readiness
·         National Hurricane Center Updates/Advisories
·         Sandbag Distribution Locations
·         Seminole County Updates
·         Orange County Updates
·         Volusia County Updates

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Tuesday- September 5, 2017 – 1:45 PM

I’m sure your thoughts are on Hurricane IRMA that is lumbering around in the Eastern Caribbean.  From the National Weather Service 11am advisory (#026) …  “The chance of direct impacts from Irma later this week and this weekend is increasing in the Florida Keys and portions of the Florida Peninsula. However, it is too soon to specify the timing and magnitude of the impacts…”
For those who have been in Florida several years, it does bring back some memories (not particularly good ones) of the multiple hurricanes that took aim at Central Florida in 2004.  As a result of those storms, we developed the hurricane preparedness protocol that we are following today.
While we understand the stress these storms can cause, it is difficult to make decisions with the storm impacts 5 days+ away from now.  That being said, we are closely monitoring the events and will activate our corporate hurricane protocol.  That means our communications team will provide updates every day as needed leading up to the event.
Those who are a part of those contact groups will receive a separate email with instructions for use.  Additionally, we will also be broadcasting this and other messages on our hurricane specific webpage:
http://cuhacipeterson.wpengine.com/cp-hurricane-updates/
Hurricane events are personal and, as such, we are careful NOT to make specific demands on our employees during these times.  Preparation and situational awareness are the ways we all stay safe during these events. If you need to prepare, please reach out to your supervisor and make arrangements to take time off (PTO) to make sure you are ready.
The safety of you and your family is paramount.  Major public announcements during the storm and immediate aftermath will be distributed through our social media channels.  I would recommend that you follow the corporate Facebook page, Twitter, etc. if our corporate page is not available, these channels will remain operational.
Thanks for your help in making sure that we all stay safe during this potential storm event.
–G
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Tuesday- September 5, 2017 – 1:00 PM

We are closely monitoring updates for Hurricane Irma to assess how the storm may affect our Florida offices. As more information becomes available, it will be shared with staff via internal email and also on this page. As the safety of our employees and their families is of the utmost importance, we will continue to monitor the projected path of the storm and work with our staff to make the best choices for everyone involved.
Below are quick links to assist in your preparations.
Hurricane Readiness
National Hurricane Center Updates/Advisories
Seminole County Updates
Orange County Updates
Volusia County Updates