(updated Feb. 22, 2021)

Construction action center: COVID-19 virus

Keeping the construction industry mobilized throughout the COVID-19 pandemic has proven necessary to meeting the needs of local communities and the economy. Construction workers have built, maintained and repaired critical infrastructure, health facilities and data centers, among other projects. Additionally, they have responded to immediate recovery needs before and after hurricanes, wildfires and other natural disasters. The Builders’ Association has compiled resources to help the industry continue to work safe and slow the spread of the virus.

Phone vibrating Hotline: For workers with questions and concerns, a hotline has been established at (816) 595-4164.
person wearing ppe mask Safety, health and environmental services: OSHA guidance, work site best practices, CDC resources and toolbox talks
legal document Labor and employment relations: Coronavirus response laws impacting employers, employee leave and unemployment guidance, employer tax credit information, and DOL resources
government building Government relations: Small business funding resources, local orders and mandates, and “Construction is Essential” information

Safety, health and environmental services

Work site guidance

Toolbox Talks

CDC resources

Labor and employment relations

Families First Coronavirus Response Act

Other federal guidance

Government relations

Local orders and mandates

Loans, funding sources and other business relief

Legislative Bulletins

Construction is essential resources