COVID-19 Resources for the Construction Industry
With many places deeming construction an essential activity during the COVID-19 outbreak, we know that it can be a confusing time to be in construction, but the Aldrich team is here to help you navigate the new regulations and guidelines that pertain to your business.
Employer Resources for Construction
- Oregon Coronavirus Worker Safety Fund Application, from the State Accident Insurance Fund Corporation (SAIF)
- COVID-19 in the Construction Workplace, a guide from Tawney Insurance & Safety Solutions
- Instructions for increasing jobsite hygiene and general safety guidelines for working through COVID-19 as an Essential Critical Infrastructure Worker, as prepared by Associated Builders & Contractors San Diego
- California Interim Guidelines for General Industry on COVID-19, from Cal OSHA
- What You Need to Know About the Families First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA), an FAQ prepared by the Aldrich Benefits team about the changes to emergency family and medical leave
- A Guide to Social Distancing, an infographic from the Aldrich Benefits team
Additional Business Resources
- Filing and Payment Deadline FAQ, prepared by the IRS to answer your questions about the moving tax deadlines and other changes
- U.S. SBA Small Business Guidelines & Loan Resources
- Disaster Loan Guidance
- California Construction Projects Deemed Essential in Statewide COVID-19 Order
- Oregon Stay at Home Order, which considers construction businesses essential and grants permission to continue to operate as long as employees maintain social distancing measures
- Washington Declares Construction Not Essential, with Exceptions for Projects that Support Essential Functions of Essential Industries
- Inside the effort to keep home construction going in California during the coronavirus crisis, Sacramento Bee
- California construction workers prepare to mobilize for coronavirus surge response, Politico
- Oregon governor issues ‘stay home’ order to enforce coronavirus restrictions, Oregonian
For more information on what Aldrich is doing to help our clients with the challenges of continuing businesses during the spread of the coronavirus, visit our COVID-19 Resource Center.
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Our construction financial services group serves more than 200 general contractors, subcontractors and developers, ranging from small proprietorships to large, multi-state contractors with annual revenues between $25 million and $200 million.
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- Federal and state tax planning, including multi-state tax compliance
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