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Can a metal building Erector do construction under the shutdown


I am a small business sub contractor that we put up pre engineered metal building Erector. Can we preform work at this time due to the shutdown. Also I heard you had to have a permit if so where do I get one. Thanks

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Mar 30, 2020
Alabama's stay at home order has taken a different approach than some other states. Rather than deeming certain specific businesses and industries as "essential," classes of businesses have been clearly identified as "non-essential." You can read the stay at home order here, which was updated on Friday: Order of the State Health Officer Suspending Certain Public Gatherings Due to Risk of Infection by COVID-19 | PDF. As you can tell in that order, there's no mention of construction being shut down - so, presumably, construction sites can carry on - at least for the time being. Of course, it's crucial to do what you can to limit the risk of spreading coronavirus, even if work can continue. Keep in mind that things can rapidly change, so it's crucial to pay attention to news updates in case those restrictions are altered along the way. Additionally, this tool from Levelset should help: Can I do Construction Work In my State?
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Jul 31, 2023

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