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Right-click (or control-click) on the link, then choose “Save link as…” or “Save target as…” from the popup menu to save the file to your computer. Keep track of where you are placing the file on your computer or network drive(s). When you are ready to access the file, double-click the file you have downloaded to open and view it. Many files are compressed in ZIP archives to ensure safe transport across the internet. The ZIP archives may require a helper application to open if you have previously accessed ZIP assets.

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DXF and DWG files require Autodesk® products or another compatible CAD program. Autodesk® has a drawing file reader Autodesk® Design Review, which you can download for free, enabling you to view CAD drawing files.

DOC specification files require Microsoft Word or other compatible word processing program.

If you need help, please feel free to contact us, talk to a sales representative in your area, or call our U.S. headquarters (716) 665-5124.

Hope's Operations During COVID-19

Like all businesses and organizations throughout the United States, Hope’s has been closely monitoring the COVID-19 pandemic. As you would expect, our first priority is the health and safety of our employees, representatives, distributors, and customers who all make it possible for us to consistently provide the highest level of products and services.

In light of President Trump’s “15 Days to Slow the Spread” guidelines we implemented procedures and protocols to do our part including social distancing, sanitizing, and stepping down occupancy of our campus buildings.

On Friday March 20, New York’s Gov. Cuomo issued Executive Order 202.8 requiring all non-essential businesses to reduce the number of on-site employees by 100% effective March 22, 2020. Therefore, in compliance, we have temporarily suspended manufacturing operations.

Hope’s has submitted an official request to New York State to be designated an “essential business,” which when granted would permit Hope’s to continue manufacturing and shipping product. We expect to receive a positive response within the next two days.

In the meantime, Hope’s administrative, sales, project management, and engineering personnel are working remotely from home and continue to be available to communicate with our valued customers. We are continuing to estimate, submit bids, and produce shop drawings for contract work.

To access employee contact information, please refer to our Meet Our Team page.

Hope’s will remain diligent and highly responsive to all our customers and will keep you updated with future developments.

Be safe and stay healthy!

Randy Manitta

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