The situation at 4pm Houston time; Friday, 1 September is as follows:
South Region Operations Update:
The Port of Houston operations have resumed. Ship traffic is limited to daylight hours only
Both Houston Hobby Airport (HOU) and George Bush Intercontinental Airport (IAH) are open and airlines continue to restore flight operations. Flights will continue to be added over the next few days until they are back to their full schedule
Morz's Houston FM operations are open with approximately 80% staff. Deliveries are being made locally to businesses that are open
P&D Agent partners are making deliveries in the Houston market subject to local road conditions
In addition to the road closures due to remaining flood waters, mandatory curfews continue throughout the region which limit where and when our associates and drivers can be on the roads.
Morz cannot rule out the possibility that the above or other operations may be affected by current adverse conditions. Morz works towards minimizing any potential impact to our customers.
We would like to thank our customers for your patience and understanding.
The Port of Houston operations
have resumed. Ship traffic is limited
to daylight hours only
Flights will continue to be added over
the next few days until they are back
to their full schedule
Housing about 1,000 Quicken Loans employees and some 375 at Molina Healthcare of Michigan, “The building,” said Kostrzewski, “is active seven days a week. And people are here from 7 a.m. to 11 p.m.”
Many of the design touches throughout were created by local artisans.
For example, the large, snazzy-looking black banquettes on several floors — including one huge one that incorporates red metal into the design — were created by Virtuoso Design + Build on Detroit’s east side.
The banquettes, like the Swing Table, are reportedly popular. Trainee bankers study on them, according to Robert McDonald, Quicken Loans facilities site leader, and on occasion, when necessary, catch a nap.
A large conference table with a historic picture of old newspaper carriers printed right on the wood was created by Detroit furniture designer Brian DuBois.
All signage, like on conference rooms named for other U.S. newspapers around in 1916, was crafted by Livonia’s Jiffy Signs.
The aim in the entire redesign,said Kostrzewski, “was to create a comfortable living room atmosphere” for today’s unstructured, adaptable workplaces.
“We wanted to transform work spaces to create more collaborative and open environments that encourage productivity and encourage people to want to come to work,” said Jennifer Janus, dPop chief operating officer.