Spectra Logic Helps Cal-Wood Education Center Resume Business Operations after Damage and Evacuation

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Following the recent flood crisis in Colorado, local residents and organizations are coming together to support community members in need, including our team here at Spectra Logic. Being a member of the Boulder, Colorado community we are pleased to be able to help our neighbors who were impacted by the Colorado Flood.

Spectra Logic is providing office space to Cal-Wood Education Center while its flood-damaged campus in Jamestown, Colorado gets restored. Cal-Wood Education Center campus experienced severe water damage to roads, pond study instruction area, outdoor classrooms, nine miles of trails, campgrounds, and Boulder County road access to the school is currently unavailable. Colorado’s local NBC station, 9News.com covered a heroic rescue of children being airlifted from Cal-Wood Education Center earlier this week.

We are fortunate to have available office space, telephone and networking capacity to accommodate a local organization that is experiencing a terrible burden, especially one such as Cal-Wood that contributes so much to the local community in Colorado. My children are past campers of Cal-Wood Education Center, and I would encourage local families to follow its restoration progress and consider supporting and/or participating in future camp programs.

Several administrative associates from Cal-Wood Education Center are now in full operation in a dedicated area of Spectra Logic’s headquarters, while other staff members work to oversee the cleanup process. To ensure continuous operations, Cal-Wood Education’s existing phone line has been rerouted to dial directly into its Spectra Logic office. Follow Cal-Wood Education Center’s restoration progress.