Let’s be honest, we’ve all persevered through the less-than-fun task of creating construction administrative submittals, such as Accident Prevention Plans, Quality Control Plans, and Environmental Protection Plans, along with all of the other more specialized plans.
According to over 65% of respondents in a recent poll of construction companies, paperwork redundancy was the number one problem facing the industry.
In late 2019, the outlook for 2020 for the construction industry nationally was positive, although with a much slower expected growth rate.
In this month’s edition of “What’s Trending in Construction,” we’re focusing on technology and the impact it’s had on the construction industry’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Years ago, working for a larger construction company, I had an epiphany that sometimes, even seasoned companies don’t necessarily do everything better.