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Contractors: COVID-19 Resources Available During This Time of Uncertainty

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We hope you and your crews are staying safe during these unprecedented times. Like us, you are probably adjusting to a new “normal” while still tending to the needs and concerns of your business. Please know that we are here to support you.

The construction industry entered 2020 with full momentum and high expectations for the upcoming year. However, the evolving COVID-19 global health emergency has left the future uncertain. Although the construction industry is currently listed as essential, what companies do now and in the coming weeks to mitigate risk and limit damages is crucial to navigating these unprecedented times.

Construction companies should be aware of the many important directives pertaining to COVID-19 that are dispatched daily – sometimes hourly – from federal, state, and local authorities. Although contractors may currently be working, employers should take steps to investigate all available assistance opportunities to help if circumstances change and their business is negatively impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic.

KSM is keeping a close eye on government decisions as they are formalized and sharing updates in real time. You may find the following information immediately helpful:

Know we are thinking of you during this uncertain time and we wish you and your crews all the best. Please reach out to a KSM advisor with any questions or complete this form to let us know how we can help.


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