The coronavirus pandemic is disrupting daily activities for AEC firms across the Mountain States region and the country as a whole. States and municipalities are implementing new policies and restrictions that have delayed, suspended or disrupted construction work. Here is an updated list of stories, blogs, commentaries and industry publications about the changing design and construction workplace in Utah, Montana, Idaho, Colorado, Wyoming, North and South Dakota.

ENR’s latest national updates on the coronavirus pandemic can be found here.

State-by-State Coronavirus Construction Status Updates



Colorado Updates Guidance For Construction Work

Colorado’s Construction Industry Keeps Going Amid Postponed Projects, Deliveries

Lockwood School Construction in Billings, Mont., Continuing, But Administrators Wary of Further Shutdowns

Coronavirus Stings Aspen-area Construction Projects

Pandemic Hasn’t Slowed Construction on In-N-Out Burger, Downtown Stadium and Other Colorado Springs Projects

Fast-Growing Solar Industry Faces Coronavirus Challenges

Layoffs Whip Through Wyoming Energy Industry Amid COVID-19 Precautions

Construction of US-Mexico Border Wall Proceeds Despite Coronavirus Pandemic

Regional Energy Sector Hit Hard by Spread of COVID-19, Oil and Gas Price War

American Wind Energy Association Releases COVID-19 Outlook

Idaho Town Says Its City Water System Can’t Spread Coronavirus

COVID-19, Low Oil Prices Pose ‘Perfect Storm’ for Wyoming Economy

Legislature Puts Univ. of Wyoming Buildings on Hold