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Contract Surety 05.28.2020

Mississippi Business Reopen Monday

Governor Tate Reeves of Mississippi can start business as usual as of Monday, provided they obey strict safety guidelines to slow the spread of the COVID-19 virus. The governor indicated that as of that time,…
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Mississippi Business Reopen Monday
Contract Surety 05.26.2020

NYC School Construction to Resume After Receiving Stimulus Funds

With faculty and students diligently and safely continuing to work from their homes and slow the spread of the COVID-19 virus, the CEO and president of New York City’s School Construction Authority believes it is…
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NYC School Construction to Resume After Receiving Stimulus Funds
Contract Surety 05.20.2020

Massachusetts Construction and Manufacturing Businesses Reopen Monday

Governor Charlie Baker of Massachusetts has unveiled his reopening plan, allowing construction and manufacturing industries, along with places of worship, to open on May 18 as long as these businesses comply with mandatory social-distancing guidelines….
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Massachusetts Construction and Manufacturing Businesses Reopen Monday
Contract Surety 05.18.2020

Western New York Non-Essential Construction to Gradually Resume Tuesday

On May 18, 2020, New York Governor Andrew Cuomo stated Western New York will commence a gradual reopening process to allow non-essential construction, manufacturing, and wholesale trade establishments to resume operations this Tuesday. This rule…
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Western New York Non-Essential Construction to Gradually Resume Tuesday
Contract Surety 05.18.2020

Vermont Reopens Manufacturing & Construction Industries after COVID Cases Drop

The Governor of Vermont Phil Scott is allowing construction and manufacturing establishments to resume full operations on May 11, 2020. However, the Governor requires these companies to obey “stringent requirements” to safeguard employees and customers…
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Vermont Reopens Manufacturing & Construction Industries after COVID Cases Drop
Contract Surety 05.18.2020

New Jersey Will Resume Non-Essential Construction

On May 13, as a firm step on the road back to normalcy in the Garden state, New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy enacted a novel Executive Order allowing the resumption of non-essential construction, along with…
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New Jersey Will Resume Non-Essential Construction
Contract Surety 05.12.2020

Washington Construction to Fully Restart in June

Governor Jay Inslee of Washington State is working closely with the state’s construction industry to let projects resume in June. At a May 1st press conference, Inslee declared that the state will let novel construction…
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Washington Construction to Fully Restart in June
Contract Surety 05.11.2020

Michigan Offers Guidelines for Construction Sites Re-Opening

Michigan’s just gave the green light to construction, real estate, and other “low-risk” industries to restart business operations starting Thursday, May 7th. Governor Gretchen Whitmer previously suspended these industries on March 23 due to the…
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Michigan Offers Guidelines for Construction Sites Re-Opening
Contract Surety 05.05.2020

Michigan Construction to Resume on May 7th

According to Governor Gretchen Whitmer, commercial and residential construction projects in Michigan will continue on May 7th. Construction will be among the very first sectors of the economy to revive as the governor slowly lifts…
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Michigan Construction to Resume on May 7th