Construction has taken a hammering in recent years. Covid brought projects to an abrupt halt and ongoing material shortages are making it difficult to get started up again. Infrastructure projects are tied in knots by planning bureaucracy and the workforce is plagued with mental health issues. But it’s not all bad news, as the Future of Construction 2022 report finds, with new opportunities for green building and technology bringing life back to a beleaguered industry.
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“Access to real-time, accurate and relevant progress data on projects is paramount to effective decision making in the construction industry, now more than ever. It’s critical for firms to select those tech vendors with which we can work as strategic partners so we can get full value from that tech.”
- Bernard McGarrity, Director of Strategy & Performance at John Sisk & Son