Marianne Favro and Sergio Quintana | NBC Bay Area
Some Bay Area Restrictions Relax Monday: Here's What to Expect
The next phase of the coronavirus shelter at home orders begin Monday in the Bay Area, with several businesses allowed to start up again under new rules to protect the health of workers and the general public.
When shelter in place orders went into effect, construction sites across the region were just about abandoned, with crews having only hours to secure them before having to leave. Getting them back up and running will be a little more complicated.
“How you que up to get into the buildings, elevators, you know you can only get three or four people into an elevator to practice the proper social distancing,” said Mike Scribner, CEO of BCCI Construction. “So there’s definitely going to be challenges around that.”
Managers have been painstakingly organizing how crews will work under modified COVID-19 prevention conditions.
“[We can only have] one person per 500-square-feet, so it’s really kind of a dance we have to do,” Scribner said.
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