Contained on this page is INFORMATION and SAFETY PLANS FOR CONTRACTORS AND CONSULTANTS in response to the COVID - 19 pandemic.

On this page:
Chief Engineer Issues Guidance on Traffic Control & Flaggers 5/20/2020
RMAEC to reopen on May 12th
 Read the Startup Plan
CAPA Town Hall
from 4/30/2020
From the RMAEC
 - April 28, 2020 

3 phase plan from Governor
CAPA Town Hall Covid-19 from 4-23-2020
Guidance from DHS
APWA Guidance

dustry Exposure presentation
OSHA Guidance
CAPA Town Hall 4-16-2020
Wyoming AGC Info
Johns Hopkins Data
Best Practices for Sanitizing
E-Ticketing options

Chief Engineer Issues Guidance on Traffic Control & Flaggers (attached):  The letter dated May 20, 2020, discusses the benefits of two unique traffic control devices that may assist in social distancing in work zone and keep the project work active.  The letter also provides guidance on portable traffic signals and automated flagger assisted devices

From the RMAEC - April 28, 2020 

As of today,  we are still not able to hold training or certification sessions due to the group restrictions. As a response to the Covid-19 and related health concerns, the following program decisions will still be in place. 

  • The RMAEC Training Center will continue to be closed until further notice.
  • All RMAEC education courses and LabCAT certification courses are cancelled until further notice. READ MORE

Colorado governor unveils “safer-at-home” period after stay-at-home order ends Sunday April 26. Gov. Jared Polis his statewide stay-at-home order expires, preparing the public for a “marathon” of restrictions. READ MORE.

The Governors Letter of Amending and Extending Executive Orders- 4/23/2020 

"Safer at Home" From State of Colorado

Governors presentation from 4/22/2020



CAPA Town Hall Covid-19 from 4-23-2020

It appears we are seeing the light at the end of the Covid-19 tunnel. 
  1. A new three-phase process 
  2. An economic recovery effort 

On Line meeting for COVID-19 webinar 4-16-2020 (Recorded meeting) 


WYDOT, AGC of Wyoming partner on construction coronavirus safety guidelines April 16, 2020 
Officials developed and suggested construction protocols that address staff safety, public safety and contract requirements.READ MORE



Crews with the Colorado DOT (CDOT) are continuing work along the state's highways and roadways while noticing that less traffic due to the COVID-19 pandemic response is increasing safety in work zones as well as allowing for more schedule flexibility. READ MORE 4-9-2020

Latest Updates on the Coronavirus Pandemic in the Mountain States  from ENR Magazine (4-9-2020) READ MORE

Coronavirus Stings Aspen-Area Construction Projects 
Pandemic hasn't slowed construction on In-N-Out Burger, downtown stadium and other Colorado Springs projects

FLORIDA DOT ACCELERATES $2.1B IN CRITICAL INFRASTRUCTURE PROJECTS DURING COVID-19 Due to the statewide reduction in traffic, the agency will expedite crucial transportation improvements READ MORE

The link shown is to an on line meeting held on Wednesday April 8 by CAPA to present information for our members on various issues surrounding the COVID-19 virus and the work taking place during this time.

Critical Project Restart Strategies 4-8-2020 An examination of what will be required to proactively restart projects impacted by COVID-19. The attached document is from Gregg Schoppman with FMIGregg lays out a strategy to resuming operations after the COVID -19 situation calms from the current situation. This is a high level discussion with several key points for consideration

CAPA Covid-19 Website  We continue to add resources and guidance to the CAPA Covid-19 Resource Page.  Recently added items include info from other states on E-Ticketing:  Several states are allowing options for e-ticketing or paperless truck tickets.  Here are several examples 4-7-2020

 Numerous COVID-19 assets were added. To read them please click the following links. 4-6-2020

Industry Conference Call with CDOT Director Lew and Chief Engineer Harelsen - 04-02-2020
CAPA and the National Asphalt Pavement Association continue to provide information and resources. To read the entire list of updates and resources, use this link.
COVID-19 Guidance Document - Asphalt Paving Operations - Construction Industry Safety Coalition Recommendations