Coronavirus has struck a heavy blow against the New England economy as it forces the region into lockdown with "closed for business" signs, hollows out the tourism and travel sector, turns out the lights on gatherings and events and drives the stock market into a dizzying tumble.

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ENR New England has collected below the latest news, analysis and commentary on construction sector developments, with updates as they occur.

Latest Coverage

Boston Implements Full Construction Reopening Plan

Non-Essential Construction Ramps Up Across Massachusetts

Boston Officials Outline Gradual Construction Restart

COVID-19 Safety Rules Take Shape in Boston

Boston Mayor Considers Bringing Construction Back, Slowly

Some Mass. Unions Remain At Odds With Gov. Over COVID-19 Construction Policy 

Mass. Unions Call for Statewide Halt on Building Projects

In A Pandemic, Porta-Potties Are Risky Business For Construction Workers

Charlie Baker Softens Tone on Boston, Somerville, Cambridge Coronavirus Construction Bans

Baker, Walsh Are at Odds Over Coronavirus Construction Ban

Longtime MaineDOT Employee Dies of Coronavirus, Governor Says

Massachusetts to Reopen Decommissioned Hospital to Address COVID 19 Capacity Concerns

Work halted at Boston Project Despite Loophole in Shutdown Order

Boston Extends COVID-19 Construction Ban

Contractors Meet Deadline To Button Up Boston Construction Sites

Mass. Officials Work With Army Corps of Engineers To Improve Ability TO Handle COVID-19 Pandemic

Coronavirus Won't Delay Boston's Tallest New Building, Developer Says

Coronavirus-Related Construction Crackdown Could Spur Real Estate Market Correction, Says BU Economist

Conn. Gov. Orders Non-Essential Retail Businesses To Close, Asks Residents To Stay Home And Construction Companies To Donate Masks 

Cambridge Adds Construction Ban 

Worcester Red Sox Ballpark Construction Carries On Despite Coronavirus

Boston Becomes First City to Shutter Construction Sites Because of Coronavirus