South Australia Gives Green Light to Allow Partial Opening of Construction

The South Australian (SA) government has allowed a partial re-opening of construction sites from next Monday after its snap seven-day lockdown began two days ago. SA Premier Steven Marshall’s office sent an email to business and industry leaders indicated that projects which aim to provide essential services will be able to resume progress on Monday. The list of projects that have been given the green light to resume early is mostly comprised of 21 school construction projects of various secondary schools, and vital hospital, emergency services, and transport infrastructure. “The immediate progress of these targeted projects will ensure essential services can be delivered to the SA community as promised,” the email said reported The Advertiser. SA Executive Director of Property Council of Australia Daniel Gannon said the government’s latest decision was great news for the state’s biggest private-sector employer—property. “This means some hard hats and steel caps will return to construction …

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