The coronavirus has thrown a wrench into the global and US economies. What does the coronavirus mean for construction businesses – and what can you do now to prepare?

Here, you’ll find articles about coronavirus with helpful information for contractors, material suppliers, and others in the construction industry do to cope with current and future effects of COVID-19. These posts provide actionable insights to help construction businesses address the mounting fear of missed or delayed payments, cancelled jobs, and potential economic recession.

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Coronavirus Resources for the Construction Industry

The construction industry is not immune to coronavirus. Material suppliers from Asia and around the world are being delayed. Sick workers are being quarantined. And cities have even begun shutting down building projects.

While the ultimate impact is yet unknown, construction companies can take specific actions now to protect their payments – and their business. If you need help with coronavirus in the construction industry, feel free to ask a question on the Expert Center for free to receive advice from a construction attorney.

County Office Closures: Lien & Notice Filing

Many county offices, including recorders and clerks, have shut down in-person services due to coronavirus. While remote recording options are available, it’s important that contractors and suppliers keep a close eye on their mechanics lien, bond claim, and other filing deadlines.

For latest information, contact your county office directly.

View contact & filing information for any US county recorder / clerk.

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