As we all continue to grapple with COVID-19 and the immense effects it is having on families, businesses, and our society, ASACP is working diligently to bring its members important, up-to-date information. Below is a list of resources beneficial to individuals and companies in the construction industry.

ASACP Event Update

Rescheduled with Previous Registrants Only
 
Cancelled.  Next Date in February 2021.
 
Clay Shoot
Postponed until October (New Date TBA)
 
Golf Outing
Postponed until August 25th
 
 

A MESSAGE FROM OUR EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR

ASACP COVID-19 & CONSTRUCTION VIRTUAL MEETING SERIES

ASACP has been be hosting a series of webinars/virtual meetings titled "COVID-19 & CONSTRUCTION" exploring the legal, financial and safety effects of the Coronavirus crisis and their impact on the construction industry.

The first was held on Thursday, April 23rd and featured David Blain of McKonly and Asbury and discussed the CARES Act, Paycheck Protection Program and EIDL loan programs, lessons learned so far, new developments and how this legislation and these programs affect subcontractors. Click here for recording.

The second was held on Wednesday, April 29th featuring Michael Metz-Tobodas, Esq. of Cohen Seglias and was entitled "Off to Work We Go (Sort Of): Preparing to Resume Construction Work in PA on May 1." Click here for recording.

The third was held on June 2nd and was a Q&A Panel - featuring a panel consisting of local industry experts to answer questions on legislation, safety, insurance, workers' compensation, business, human resources and more.  Click here for recording.

The fourth and final virtual meeting of the series was held on June 16th and brought back David Blain of McKonly & Asbury for an update on the CARES Act, PPP and EIDL loans, loan forgiveness and more.  Click here for recording.

ASA RESOURCES

FAMILIES FIRST CORONAVIRUS RESPONSE ACT
On Wednesday, Mar. 18, 2020, President Trump signed the Families First Coronavirus Response Act, which requires businesses with under 500 employees to provide leave to employees missing work because of certain COVID-19 related reasons.

LETTERS TO GOVERNMENT OFFICIALS

  • Joint Request to Recognize Residential & Commercial Construction as a Life Sustaining Business
  • ASA concerned that a number of states have imposed blanket shutdowns of operations without an exemption for personnel who support construction activities. The impact of halting construction activities during this crisis will have a severe effect on infrastructure needs in every state.  The ASA urges our members to send our association's statement on this important matter to their governors to urge them to keep construction an essential service.  

LOCAL RESOURCES

SAFETY RESOURCES

ADDITIONAL RESOURCES:

Featured Events

Health & Safety Meeting - Top OSHA Citations in Construction

Oct 13, 2020
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Contract Webinar - Indemnity/Hold Harmless Clauses

Oct 15, 2020
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2020 Clay Shoot

Oct 22, 2020
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Dinner Meeting - GC Discussion Panel

Nov 12, 2020
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Health & Safety Meeting - Driving & Vehicle Safety

Nov 17, 2020
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