Considerations for Contractors Returning to Work Following the COVID-19 Pandemic

Risk is something that construction firms are used to dealing with on a routine basis. As we entered 2020, the construction industry was facing a number of anticipated risks — skilled labor shortages, escalating tariffs and a looming presidential election in November. There were reasons for optimism, too, as the U.S. economy continued to grow at record-breaking speed, with a stretch of 113 months of employment gains — the longest expansion in American history. Then, everything changed. …

Please click here to read the complete article by Meyer, Unkovic & Scott Construction Law Practice Group Chair James R. Mall, which originally appeared in the May/June 2020 edition of Breaking Ground magazine.

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