"Optimism Continues to Build In Construction" | The Lane Report

Posted on Tuesday, April 27, 2021.
  • Though the construction industry was deemed an essential service and given a green light to keep working early in the pandemic, some of its clients were alarmed and delayed or even canceled projects until the virus’ impact on their finances became clear.

    Still, Kentucky construction firms are reporting that overall, work came in steadily and most projects are moving forward as planned, even in the hard-hit restaurant industry.

    “I think we’re going to have our best year ever,” said Paul W. Hemmer Jr., president/CEO of Paul Hemmer Co. in Fort Mitchell. “This is our 100th anniversary year, and I’ve challenged our team to make it the best.”

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