Philadelphia Permits All Construction Activities

The Philadelphia Department of Licensing & Inspections has announced that all remaining limitations on construction activity have been lifted provided that proper permits have been issued. You can see the

Philadelphia Enters Yellow Phase of Opening

Philadelphia Enters Yellow Phase of Opening The Philadelphia Department of Public Health announced that Philadelphia will enter the "Safer at Home" Yellow Phase of opening on June 5, 2020. Health

Increased Job Site Security Measures from City of Philadelphia

The City of Philadelphia's Department of Licenses and Inspections has sent a letter to contractors asking them to pay specific and on-going attention to the security of active construction job

Philadelphia Office of the Department of Public Health Relaxes Restrictions on Construction

After additional dialogue with industry stakeholders, Mayor Kenney and Health Commissioner Farley have further relaxed the restrictions on construction projects that are authorized to proceed under the current orders that

Philadelphia L&I Expands the Scope of “Emergency Work”

The Philadelphia Department of Licenses & Inspections has just expanded the scope of “Emergency Work” projects that are authorized to proceed under the current orders that regulate construction. Projects that

Philadelphia Construction Project Guidelines Beginning May 1, 2020

Mayor Jim Kenney today announced an Executive Order detailing the resumption of construction activity in Philadelphia, in light of the Governor’s order allowing resumption statewide on Friday, May 1. Under

Help Get PPE to Healthcare Workers During the Coronavirus Response

GBCA’s Construction Leadership Council encourages GBCA members to give—if they can—during coronavirus response. While everyone has been affected, there are some communities that have specific needs during the COVID-19 response.

Tax Filing Extensions & Guidance from the City Of Philadelphia

The City of Philadelphia asks that taxpayers who can file and pay their taxes electronically by the regularly scheduled deadlines to do so. This will help ensure continuity of City

Resources for Businesses and Business Relief, and Unemployment Benefits for Workers Laid Off or with Reduced Hours

Many construction projects are being closed in Pennsylvania, meaning work stoppages. The following are government resources (federal, state, and city levels) regarding employers’ and employee’s rights and access to aid/funding

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