New Report Reveals Heavy Civil Construction Less Impacted by COVID-19 Than Commercial Construction

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Ninety-nine contractors responded to the survey conducted online from mid-April to mid-May 2020.

August 31, 2020
Dodge Data and Analytics - Construction Executive

Heavy civil construction is deemed essential to the economy and has continued in many jurisdictions throughout the economic shutdown. However, data from The Civil Quarterly (TCQ), a new publication from Dodge Data & Analytics, reveals contractors in this sector are facing supply chain issues and other challenges in keeping jobsites going.

The Civil Quarterly (TCQ) is the result of a partnership with Founding partner Infotech, Platinum partner Leica Geosystems and Gold partners Command Alkon and Digital Construction Works, and is based on original research collected quarterly from civil contractors and engineers. The research provides a snapshot of the current business health of contractors operating in this dynamic environment. The inaugural report features research on how technology is transforming civil jobsites and on the prevalence of important safety practices, and future issues will continue to offer insights into key trends that are transforming the sector. Ninety-nine contractors responded to the survey conducted online from mid-April to mid-May 2020.

Reprinted courtesy of Dodge Data and Analytics, Construction Executive, a publication of Associated Builders and Contractors. All rights reserved.

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