Tennessee: The Official Stance for Construction
Construction Status: Essential
Orders/Effective From: Reopening Orders/May 18, 2020
Originally in effect untill April 14, 2020, the stay at home orders in the state was extended to April 30, 2020. However, city and county level orders were also issued, and therefore any regulation that considered to be superseding state laws must be confirmed at the local level.
With Tennessee becoming the national leader in testing, Governor Bill Lee has announced reopening of the state with various guidelines and strict social distancing protocol.
Governing Body: The Office of Governor Bill Lee
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Questions about Construction during COVID-19?
Though COVID-19 has severely affected the United States, bringing a lot of restrictions and orders on continuing construction, the most significant information people seek is all about the status of construction in different states. With our construction scheduling software, we have served so many construction firms over the years. Using all the information and resources from the past and present updates on COVID-19, we have crafted a list of Frequently Asked Questions that can be of huge help for construction firms in taking the business forward. If there is anything we have not included or missed, please reach our team.
FAQs: Status of Construction
At the county level, the orders issued by Knox county, separate city and county orders in designating construction related to home repair. The Knox county order mentioned “home and business structure repair” and “essential building maintenance” to be a part of essential services.
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