Resource Roundup: What to expect going forward

Each week, we’re rounding up a list of valuable and inspiring industry content to keep you informed, empowered and motivated for future success.

Today, we’re bringing you insights from a Construction Dive reader survey, details about the drop in housing permits in Southern California, information on the importance of continuing construction training during this time and more.

Business insights

  • Construction Dive asked its readers how long they think the impacts of COVID-19 will last and how long they anticipate having disruptions. Find out what their responses were in this article.
  • Housing permits are at an eight-year low in Southern California due to impacts of the coronavirus. Get more details in this article from Whittier Daily News.
  • Check out this article from Construction Dive to read about why it’s more important now than ever before to continue construction training.
  • Last week, the Senate Republicans released a new coronavirus relief measure. See the response from The Construction Association in this post from GroundBreak Carolinas.
  • Due to the coronavirus, hotel owners and developers will put a greater emphasis on health-related features. Get more of the details on this new trend in this article from Construction Dive.
  • In this article from CNBC, learn more about how The Home Depot plans to speed up deliveries with new distribution centers to accommodate the need for convenience amid the pandemic.

Safety guidelines

  • Last week, Virginia became the first state to enact a COVID-19 emergency temporary standard for job site safety regulations. See this Construction Dive brief to read more about these requirements.

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