WithersRavenel closes Wilmington office as Dorian nears
With Hurricane Dorian approaching the coast of North Carolina, WithersRavenel has closed its Wilmington office through the weekend.
WithersRavenel is also, as of Thursday, Sept. 5, suspending services east of the US-1 Highway corridor. Our company’s other offices will remain open, but we will continually evaluate weather conditions to ensure the safety of our employees.
While Dorian’s eye may or may not make landfall, the coastal region and Triangle are expecting storm effects. A mix of heavy rain, wind, storm surge and flooding are forecast for communities and counties throughout the eastern half of the state. Power outages are also likely. Please stay safe and monitor local news and emergency management information sources for the latest weather updates. Sources to monitor include:
WithersRavenel values the safety of our employees. Once Dorian has passed and vital services are confirmed to be available, we will reopen our Wilmington office and resume operations in the coastal region.
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