COVID-19’s Long-Term Changes to the Construction Industry

December 14, 2020
Deanna L. Koestel - Construction Executive

COVID-19 has changed how people live, work and interact in their personal and professional lives. While time will bring back some semblance of normalcy, there will be some facets that will be changed for the foreseeable future. That is clearly the case in the construction industry as it has had to quickly navigate and rethink safety, supply chain issues, design changes and more, many of which have been “in the works” for years. Many of these sweeping changes and new approaches, discussed below, will remain in place long after the outbreak has subsided.

Reprinted courtesy of Deanna L. Koestel, Construction Executive, a publication of Associated Builders and Contractors. All rights reserved.


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