UPholdings is working together to make sure all are safe in every building
When one of UPholdings’ age-restricted buildings reported they were out of toilet paper, Cullen Davis jumped in his car to personally deliver some to the building.
Cullen Davis, the founder and co-owner of UPholdings, wants to make it clear that everyone does their part in making sure our tenants and staff have the items they need to help residents stay home and stay safe. He said everyone needs to do “whatever is necessary.” We cannot let our residents down. We have to make sure people are safe until we have the medical advances in place to treat people most at risk.
In response to the COVID-19 pandemic and in support of shelter-in-place guidance in states across our whole portfolio, UPholdings has implemented new systems and routines to help keep people healthy. We've closed our common-rooms, restricted visitors for buildings, curtailed groups and asked our teams to try and get additional supports to those most in need. Support is available by phone and other virtual supports delivery methods. We have maintenance staff working to clean and disinfect handrails and different building touchpoints. While housing management is an essential job, we have much of the senior team working from home and learning how to conduct a Zoom conference call.
Our team continues to generate energy focused on our portfolio and the residents. Together, we are stronger!