home Highlights, Michoacán Calls for Construction Industry at three levels of government support to the sector after contingency
Morelia, Michoacán.- The president of the Michoacán delegation of the Mexican Chamber of the Construction Industry (CMIC), Antonio Mazier Contreras asked the three levels of government for support so that the sector can succeed once the current health contingency for covid-19 coronavirus ends.
In an interview, the employer said of the 184 affiliated companies in Michoacán to the CMIC, 21 percent have stopped activities for the pandemic, 11.93 remains active, 19% had no work since before and 48% have partially stopped
That’s why, he said, many builders face financial problems and will need them to be taken into account within public works programs.
In Morelia’s case, Mazier Contreras acknowledged that in the last year there is greater openness to participate in public tenders and issues such as the vehicular bridge that aims to be made in Servant of the Nation to mitigate the traffic effects of the Kansas City Southern company train remain.
“We as sectors are open to be able to work on public works plans and especially at the moment we are reviving our economy,” the entrepreneur said.
On the companies that had to stop their work, he said the vast majority covered their workers’ payments and are waiting for what health authorities are waiting for to decide when they return to operations.