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An outbreak at a Denver International Airport jobsite affecting 14 employees from an insulation company involved work at the A-West Gate Expansion project.  The site was closed for several days to clean and disinfect, and when employees returned to the site, they participated in an educational orientation program to ensure every employee has the latest information about preventing the spread of COVID-19, an airport spokesperson told the Denverite . Health officials confirmed 26 cases at the Maine Veterans' Home replacement project under construction by Cianbro and VJS Construction Services, raising concerns about the risks of employing out-of-state workers,  according to MaineBiz . Some of the subcontractors on the Augusta project were from New Hampshire and other states that had higher levels of COVID-19 cases than Maine, Maine CDC Director Nirav Shah told the newspaper. He said the workers may be socializing or rooming together, and that could be the source of transmission. An unknown number of workers tested positive at the $106 million renovation of the University of Alabama's football stadium in Tuscaloosa.  General contractor Caddell Construction Co. told the Tuscaloosa News that both its employees and those of subcontractors tested positive, so it shut down construction for a weekend to sanitize the site and perform additional testing so that the rest of the project's workers could be cleared before returning to work.  The Las Vegas Review-Journal reported that up to 31 construction workers building the $2 billion NFL stadium in Las Vegas tested positive.  The joint venture of Mortenson and McCarthy, which said that at least part of the outbreak was localized to electricians working on site, conducted targeted, voluntary on-site workforce testing and sanitized the site. More than 70 cases were found among workers and subcontractors at a Nashville private school construction site, according to New Channel 5 . General contractor Brasfield & Gorrie closed the site at the Montgomery Bell Academy for five days for cleaning and testing of workers. Work on a UNC Greensboro campus building project was stopped for disinfection after construction workers tested positive. The university told the Greensboro News & Record that the affected workers were employed by a subcontracting company assigned to do work inside the Nursing and Instructional Building. UNCG said interior work on the project was stopped for one day so the building could be sanitized.


more Thankful for the team working with American Construction Services | By Marie Kohler West Bend, WI – This Thanksgiving we have a lot to be thankful for. The team at American Construction Services is thankful and proud to be a part of the Washington County and West Bend community. Not only are we proud of the part we play in the community, but we are also honored to share that with local skilled trades and companies that also call our community home. They help make what we do possible. The new Water Street Office Building and TownePlace Suites that are under construction in downtown West Bend are a testament to the skill and quality of work these local companies provide every day. The companies local to the West Bend and Washington County area working on these projects with us include: Ray Wollner Excavating, Duquaine Concrete, LK Heating and Air Conditioning, Slesar Glass, Germantown Iron and Steel, Bayer Plumbing, Graff Masonry, and Zuern Building Products. Their hard work and commitment stands out. American Construction Services would like to wish them as well as the rest of our great community a safe and happy Thanksgiving. Please reach out to Kraig Sadownikow at [email protected] for any of your construction needs.