Wednesday, April 29, 2020 from 1:00 PM to 2:00 PM EDT
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Loni Warholic/John Alexander 
American Subcontractors Association of Central PA & Pennsylvania Builders Exchange 

COVID-19 & CONSTRUCTION - Virtual Meeting #2 - Preparing for the Resuming of Construction Work in PA 

ASACP & PBX will be hosting a series of virtual meetings featuring the legal, financial and safety effects of the Coronavirus crisis on construction in Pennsylvania.

The second will feature Michael Metz-Topodas, Esq., of Cohen Seglias. 

Off to Work We Go (Sort of): Preparing to Resume Construction Work in PA on May 1

Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf recently announced the construction industry can resume operations starting May 1, 2020. The decision brought relief and excitement to contractors eager to get back to work. However, this does not mean “business as usual.” Job-site activity must now comply with many new layers of COVID-19-related regulations, and contractors must account for all kinds of contractual compliance concerns resulting from the pandemic and the shutdown.

In this webinar, construction attorney Michael Metz-Topodas will help contractors prepare for this new regulatory and business landscape by outlining its impact on construction work. Topics will include:

  • The Governor’s order permitting construction and the limitations the order sets
  • COVID-19-related orders from the Pennsylvania Secretary of Health that apply to construction
  • Applicable federal guidelines from OSHA and the CDC and their enforcement
  • Preliminary notices and agreements needed to resume work

This webinar is designed for industry executives, project managers, and field superintendents.


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