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COVID Resources
Resources to help businesses with the Coronavirus (COVID-19)
The situation with the Coronavirus is changing hour by hour.  Our goal with this page is to link the documents that we receive that may be helpful to your business.  Because it changes so frequently, we will be listing the heading and the date with a link to the entire document.

AGC COVID-19 Jobsite Safety Plan - Click here

U.S. Chamber of Commerce SBA Loan Overview - this is supposed to be available Friday, April 3. This is a good explanation of exactly what is covered. - Click here

SBA - Template for 8(a) Voluntary Suspension - Click here


March 19, 2020 - Economic Injury Disaster Loan (EIDL) through the SBA - Eligibility, how to apply and recommendations. From the Colorado SBDC.  Click here

March 19, 2020 - What you should do NOW if you have a federal contract - from the National Center for American Indian Enterprise Development.  Click here

March 21 - Flattening the Curve:  Contractor/Subcontractor Survivial Guide in the age of Coronavirus (COVID 19) - E-Brief from Construction Attorneys at Woods Aitken.  Click here

March 20 - Recording of AGC 's Latest Developments on the Coronavirus and what that means for the Construction Indsutry - Click Here

March 26 - Template for Construction Travel Letter - Click Here

March 27 - Template for Email  Notice to Customers - Click Here

March 27, 2020 - Coronavirus (COVID-19) Update from AGC - concerns keeping construction sites open as an essential service, addressing building and fire inspection suspensions, best practices and SBA support.  Click here

March 28, 2020 - Understanding the $2 Trillion Stimulus Package - from Benefits Broker - Click here

April 2, 2020 - New rules for DBE and ACDBE Certification - from the Director of Civil Rights for USDOT.  Click here

April 2, 2020 - FAQs for the SBA Paycheck Protection Program for Small Businesses - US Senate Committee on Small Business & Entrepreneurship -  Click here

April 2, 2020 - City of Denver Proposes Prompt Payment Legislation - Denver has introduced legislation which would eliminate "pay when paid" and replace it with a policy that would require primes to pay certified small, minority and women' owned businesses within 35 days.
        -Explanation of the Legislation - Click here