Coronavirus has struck a heavy blow against the MidAtlantic 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 MidAtlantic has collected below the latest news, analysis and commentary on construction sector developments, with updates as they occur.

Latest Coverage

Judge says Virginia's Mask Mandate is Lawful

Pennsylvania School Staying on Schedule Despite Pandemic Complications

Pandemic Put $1B Hole in Pennsylvania's Transportation Budget

Amtrak Will Redevelop Baltimore Penn Station Despite COVID-19 Impacts

Construction Projects Across Pennsylvania Get Ready to Roll

Pa. Gov. Issues COVID-19 Safety Guidelines as Crews Prepare to Resume Work

Pa. Governor OKs Construction Restart for May 8

Army Corps Set to Deliver 28 More COVID-19 Alternate Care Facilities

Penn Med Rushes Philly Project For COVID-19 Care

Pa. to Restart $530M in Turnpike Projects

UVA Accelerates Hospital Project to Meet COVID-19 Demand

PennDOT Unfreezes 60 Critical Highway, Bridge Projects

Airport $1.1 billion modernization hits turbulence 

Work Continues on PennDOT emergency, critical highway and bridge projects

Philadelphia Hospital Project Pushes Forward to Care For COVID-19 Patients

Va. Gov. Orders Nonessential Businesses to Close, Not Including Construction 

Baltimore Public Works Officials Announce Restrictions Amid Coronavirus Outbreak

Is Mariner East Pipeline Project 'Essential'? That's Unclear, As Gov. Wolf Shuts Down Businesses

Pa. Contractors Rush To Respond to Construction Stop Order

Pennsylvania Halts All 'Non-Life Sustaining Business' Operations, Including Construction

Contractor Pauses $215M W.Va. Highway Job Over Worker COVID-19 Concerns

Shell keeps Beaver County petro construction site open 

But, then says not really

Baltimore hospital announces $12.5 million expansion to deal with bed demand (construction to start immediately)

Philly not following Boston’s lead