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Contractors, developers, designers, construction workers—nearly everyone in the construction industry throughout South Florida—should be prepared for a significant increase in infrastructure-related construction work. Notwithstanding, and perhaps in part because of, issues resulting from the outbreak of the novel coronavirus, local governments seem to be prioritizing repairs and improvements to their ailing infrastructure systems. We’re seeing signs of this with roadway work in particular. Their rationale seems to be, why not repave a damaged roadway when no one is currently using it or where the use rate is significantly lower than normal?

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