Healthy at Work: How we Reopen our Economy

To ensure the health and safety of Kentucky families, Governor Beshear urges Kentuckians to remain Healthy at Home and follow the federal and state protocols for limiting the spread of COVID-19, which can be found at kycovid19.ky.gov. However, Kentucky families and … Continue reading →

BIA COVID-19 Update | 4/20/2020

Last week we received the President’s guidelines to reopen the country and get the economy moving again. It is a phased approach that requires states to achieve certain benchmarks in order to move on to the next phase. In order to … Continue reading →

Opening Up America Again

Yesterday the President announced the “Opening Up America Again” guidelines to get our economy moving again. The guidelines will help state and local governments reopen “their economies, get people back to work, and continue to protect American lives.” See the … Continue reading →

BIA COVID-19 Afternoon Update

Yesterday the President announced the “Opening Up America Again” guidelines to get our economy moving again. The guidelines will help state and local governments reopen “their economies, get people back to work, and continue to protect American lives.”   Governor … Continue reading →

BIA COVID-19 Afternoon Update | 4/14/2020

Every day at 5:00 pm I watch Governor Beshear address the Commonwealth. Sometimes the message is vital to our existence. Sometimes the message is more important to us personally.   What I have noticed during these daily briefings are regular questions in … Continue reading →

BIA COVID-19 Afternoon Update | 4/13/2020

Last week, one of our Executive Committee members noted that we needed to provide an addendum to our contracts for builders and remodelers that addresses the impact COVID-19 could have on projects. Our attorney, Tim Martin of Frost Brown Todd … Continue reading →

BIA COVID-19 AFTERNOON UPDATE | 4/8/2020

BIA members,   Recently I’ve gotten lots of questions regarding MSD requirements. I reached out to Bob Stauble at MSD.   Below is the response.   RESPONSE FROM MSD:   MSD has received questions recently concerning the additional requirement for … Continue reading →

BIA COVID-19 AFTERNOON UPDATE | 4/7/2020

Yesterday it felt like the whole world had gone mad. From physical assaults on people for not social distancing to whistleblower emails to me about industry practices, people are empowered to act when they feel someone isn’t doing what they … Continue reading →