Indiana: The Official Stance for Construction
Construction Status: Essential
Since March 24, 2020, a statewide stay at home orders was implemented. However, any type of construction work will be deemed essential.
The orders were first updated and extended from April 7, 2020, to April 20, 2020, and further to May 1, 2020. But still, Governor Holcomb has clearly defined that the orders could be extended.
On July 3, 2020, Governor Holcomb also announced Back on Track Indiana stage 4.5 under which all the public were addressed on lifting on any stringent requirements except for the Elkhart County.
October 2020 Update: Like various other states, Indianapolis Department of Transportation is quickly working to develop the highway infrastructure. Besides this, Department of Public Works is aiming to work on the project of expanding the bike lane. All in all, the state of Indiana is looking forward towards economic stability and slowly progressing towards an unrestricted environment following the reopening guidelines.
Governing Body: Governor of State of Indiana
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FAQs: Indiana Construction Updates on the COVID-19 Pandemic
Apart from this, any construction project that associates with public health, safety, hospitals, public emergency, and essential residential and commercial construction should be free from prohibition.