Vermont: The Official Stance for Construction
Construction Status: Restricted
Orders/Effective From: Extension to State of Emergency with Reopening/May 15, 2020
Vermont had released a statewide stay at home order effective until May 15, 2020. Though construction is deemed necessary, only construction in response to COVID-19, critical infrastructure, utilities, and telecommunication is permitted.
On May 15, 2020, Governor Phil Scott has announced extension to the State of emergency and released guidelines on Be Smart, Stay Safe orders.
Governing Body: The Office Of Governor Phil Scott
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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. Here we have a list of Frequently Asked Questions which our expert from ProjectPro, construction project schedule software, has developed to help construction firms proceed business forward with extreme care. If there is anything we have not included or missed, please reach our team.
FAQs: Status of Construction
However, construction is still restricted to the COVID-19 response while suspending any in-person operations. Examples include, housing repairs, fixing of heating system, plumbing, safety, and sanitation is permitted.
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