From the Colorado Contractors Association:
Statewide Stay-At-Home Order In Effect Until April 26, Construction Continues To Be Essential Service
On March 26 the Governor announced a statewide Stay-At-Home Order effective through April 11, 2020. The exemptions for construction are essentially the same in this latest order as they were in the previous order. This means construction should move forward throughout most of the state. Exceptions are in any home rule city or county that implements a more restrictive order. Thankfully most local orders have been very similar to the State and Denver order, identifying construction as an essential service. CCA has been advocating with all government agencies to keep construction working through this crisis.
Here’s what all contractors need to do now:
- You should implement site specific COVID19 plans for each of your projects. These plans must include how anyone on the site must comply with CDC guidelines and the Executive Order requiring social distancing. For a best practices document that can serve as a guide for creating your specific on-site plan, click here. For a Spanish language version of the best practices guidance, click here.
- You should provide all essential employees travel documents that they can show to authorities if they are questioned. For a sample travel letter, click here.
- You should document steps your company is taking to comply with the State Executive Order and protecting employees by implementing CDC guidelines.
- For additional resources visit AGC of America.
Download the CCGA COVID resource flyer here.