Missouri: The Official Stance for Construction
Construction Status: Essential
Orders/Effective From: Show me Strong Orders with Phased Reopening/May 15, 2020
Brought to effect on April 6, the stay at home orders have been implemented across the state, until May 3. However, any construction work which is related to safety, public health, safety, energy, and relief efforts are exempt. Additionally, the construction at the Kansas City International Airport is still under process.
Before the state orders, city and county wise orders were also released, and therefore, any local order that supersedes state order needs to be checked and confirmed.
- Kansas City
- City of St. Louis
- Boone County
- Cass County
- Clay County
- Jackson County
- Platte County
- St. Louis County
As per the recent reports, Governor Parson after the Stay Home Orders accompanied with reopening provisions, has announced Show Me Strong Recovery Order. With the agenda to revive economy and health status in the state, the Show Me Strong Orders have been extended until June 15, 2020.
Governing Body: The Office Of Governor Michaell. Parson
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Questions about Construction during COVID-19?
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FAQs: Status of Construction
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