COVID-19, social distance, self-isolation, quarantine, layoff, migraine prophylaxis, and many others have started to emerge as the globe's new vocabulary, not exempted from the construction sector. It is exactly a period since the modern world encountered the very last epidemic. Nevertheless, the most famous epidemic of disease known as Corona Virus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) was reported to have struck all peoples of the world within 4 months and proclaimed an epidemic in March 2020. This outbreak has impacted industries from all around the world, such as built-up asset procurement and facility management. Its influence has led to the use of creative and complex innovations in an outstanding way that can alter the direction of construction long just after coronavirus has been extinguished. This thesis examines the impact of COVID-19 using a quantitative approach on built asset acquisition and future prospects for the construction sector. For the information gathering, a survey was conducted out over the built asset acquisition practitioners. Architects, building, civil, electrical, and mechanical engineers, project managers and quantity surveyors received 71 questionnaires. For the study of the results, the program SPSS 25 (a social science statistical package) was used. From the result of the analyzing it’s become clear of the project status that over 90 percent reported that their projects were impacted due the Pandemic. Nearly 51 percent of the participants suggested that their initiatives were partly halted due to the COVID-19, while up to 40 percent of the participants witnessed full stoppage. One of the participants disclosed that the proposals had been absolutely halted at the initial level and then turned into partial.