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From West Coast to East Coast, states have rushed to issue orders, rules, and regulations to address the new coronavirus pandemic, including, in part, the states’ determinations of what construction work/services are “essential.” Those definitions of “essential” construction activities vary greatly;  some states adopted severe restrictions on construction (allowing only emergency repairs), while others issued few restrictions (leaving construction relatively unaffected).

Despite the states’ attempts to maintain “essential” construction projects, the COVID-19 pandemic caused more than one out of four contractors to halt or delay work. According to an April survey released by the Associated General Contractors of America (830
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