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Find out if you can do construction work in your state during coronavirus and stay at home mandates. Don’t risk fines or loss of licenses.

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What is the best way to prove the job was shut down due to Covid 19?

If a subcontractor's employee contracts Covid 19 and the CDC guidance requires us to shut the job down for 7 days and sanitize what proof...

Has the lien period been extended in Louisiana?

I heard that the Governor issued an order in Louisiana extending all legal deadlines. Does this mean that mechanics lien deadlines are suspended? If so,...

can a construction crew of 4 people travel from maine to massachusetts to work for a week in july 2020

I am having a post and beam home built in massachusetts , the company is in maine , can they travel to massachusetts in july...

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Additional Resources

The construction industry is already seeing huge impacts from the coronavirus pandemic, from delayed material supplies to shuttered projects to legal disputes over non-payment. We’ve assembled a list of resources:

  • Preparing for supply-chain disruptions
  • Coronavirus and business interruption insurance
  • County Recorder and Clerk Office closures
  • FAQ’s about coronavirus and cash flow