The coronavirus crisis has necessitated sweeping changes among every industry, including the U.S. construction industry.
Many experts agree that most of these changes will remain in place even after the virus subsides.
As the construction industry prepares to return to work as shelter-in-place initiatives begin to ease, the industry they return to might not be like the one they left.
The construction industry could be drastically changed by the pandemic’s public health and economic effects.
New factors are coming into play now that no one would have ever expected, but it’s essential to plan now to be prepared for the long term.
The coronavirus has upended many facets of the construction industry. Companies that want to return business-as-usual may face a harsh new reality.
A paradigm shift in many construction areas has led contractors to do many things differently than they did in the past.
In the article below, we will discuss three ways that COVID-19 could alter the construction industry for the near future and beyond.