Construction Industry Outlook: Building a Better Tomorrow

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Seemingly temporary solutions have spawned positive trends that are here to stay.

July 25, 2021
Michael Alberico - Construction Executive

COVID-19 plunged the business world into one of the most challenging times not seen since the Great Depression. The construction industry, deemed an essential business, had to quickly innovate to find new ways of working to weather this storm. Several of these seemingly temporary solutions have spawned positive trends that are here to stay.
Not Just Green, But Healthy Too

The safety culture that exists on today’s jobsites helped contractors stay productive through the pandemic. However, because of the pandemic, project owners and construction firms are evaluating their sites from a new perspective. In a recent meeting, the construction head for a healthcare system stated he knows a safe jobsite but doesn’t know what he doesn’t know about a healthy site.

Reprinted courtesy of Michael Alberico, Construction Executive, a publication of Associated Builders and Contractors. All rights reserved.

Mr. Alberico may be contacted at malberico@assuranceagency.com



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