Silver Lining

Patrick Scannell, Senior Project Manager at Buildots, asks if Covid-19 will prove a catalyst for change in construction.

Like most industries, the construction sector and the people who work within it have had a difficult year with the Coronavirus pandemic disrupting normal life, working life, impacting on physical and mental health, and reducing output. However, changes in industry practice resulting from Covid-19 could be an opportunity for the sector to accelerate its rate of digital adoption and start reaping the benefits of improved productivity and efficiency.

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