CEO Gordon Lansford shared his insights with Bloomberg Law on navigating construction in the midst of Covid-19.
Technology not only aids collaboration, but it can also help projects recover some unexpected losses due to Covid-19.
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The CDC has guidelines to evaluate the level of risk from different possible exposures to COVID-19. According to the CDC, you must have Close Contact with someone who has COVID-19 to be considered exposed to COVID-19. But even those who have had Close Contact with someone who has COVID-19 may be at a lower risk of exposure than others. The CDC does not recommend testing, symptom monitoring, or special management for people exposed to asymptomatic people who do not have COVID-19 but who have been exposed to someone with COVID-19. If you are concerned about the level of risk of a potential exposure, please contact StaySafe@jedunn.com and we will work through the CDC risk assessment guidance with you.