The latest construction news from around the globe…
Catch up on the biggest news going on in construction this week. From key trends predicted to impact construction labor in 2022 to the $11 billion project that’s dividing Europe, we’ve got you covered on all the industry news from around the world.
Three Key Labor Construction Trends to Look out for in 2022
As the industry slowly emerges from the global pandemic crisis, another challenge still remains, the compounding labor shortage that has plagued construction for many years. How will the vaccine debates and influx of infrastructure money impact the construction jobs? Here are three trends predicted to impact construction’s labor outlook in 2022.
Builders Decide Which Covid-Related Operations Should Stay, and Which Should Go
A large segment of national builders will continue to expand their stable of suppliers to shortcut pandemic-driven supply chain issues and fluctuating material prices, according to a survey conducted by Pro Builder and Home Innovation Research Labs. Here are some of the practices builders plan to continue and others they may stop in 2022.
The Multi-Billion Mega Project that is Dividing Europe
Nord Stream 2, a new export gas pipeline running from Russia to Europe across the Baltic Sea and stretching across five countries, is one of the longest offshore pipelines in world, it’s also one of the most controversial. Concerns about Europe becoming too dependent on Russian gas prompted a two-year delay on construction. Watch this intriguing BM1 video to learn how one construction project can impact millions of lives.