Having local connections has enabled many construction jobs to continue with limited interruptions during the pandemic.
Over the last year, the construction industry like many other industries has faced various impacts from the COVID-19 pandemic. One of the largest hurdles the industry has had to overcome is the lack of access to jobsites. Around the world, safety restrictions have been instituted, ranging from international lockdowns to limiting just two people to each freight elevator, which a year ago were shuttling dozens of construction workers in one cabin.
This has required construction managers to find innovative solutions to move projects forward without incurring additional risks or delays.
Integrating technology into the construction process has become a necessity for many construction teams to maintain communication with all parties, monitor site progression and complete various tasks typically done in person. Technology…