Coronavirus/COVID-19, Construction Contracts and Legal Next Steps

by Mason Avrigian, Jr. and Paul Logan of Post & Schell Attorneys at Law

The impact of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) is unprecedented in modern times as the disease reaches virtually every facet of business and day-to-day life throughout the United States and many parts of the world. The end of the virus, while doubtless to occur at some point, is unknown, which creates greater uncertainty and increases the level of business risk and concern.

The construction industry, of course, is not immune from the impacts. As business activity continues to slow and more and more parts of the economy are temporarily suspended, construction contractors must consider how to handle a slowdown or even a shutdown in the availability of labor and materials to perform ongoing contracts.

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