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COVID-19 Coronavirus - Providing More Jobs During a Lockdown with Essential Construction Projects

COVID-19 Coronavirus - Providing More Jobs During a Lockdown with Essential Construction Projects

 

How can developers help maintain stability during the lockdown?

In this video, Scott Choppin, Founder/CEO of Urban Pacific outlines how developers can help provide more jobs during a lockdown with essential construction projects.

From this video:

Scott: Interestingly enough, and of great positive benefit to the housing marketplaces, the state of California has determined that construction of housing continues and will be an essential job category, an essential business. Therefore, we can continue to construct our projects that were in process, right now. Actually, that allows us to not only maintain the jobs that are already existing in our construction-project jobs, or construction jobs, but actually, we can increase the availability of jobs.

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