Out-of-State Executive Orders & Impact on Construction

03.31.20

UPDATED DAILY

As the coronavirus rapidly spreads throughout America, some states, cities and counties have detailed Executive Orders for residents to stay-at-home and non-essential businesses to cease operations. Whether or not construction activities are permitted to continue when such orders have been entered depends on the language in each particular order.

A summary chart of the impact of these Executive Orders and their impact on construction projects from states outside of Texas can be found here.

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