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The Canadian construction industry took some heavy body blows at the beginning of the COVID-19 crisis but found its legs quickly and appears to be on the road to recovery.
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Unlike no other time in recent history, the global pandemic’s economic impact has forced businesses to quickly adapt to working through COVID-19. The construction industry, which is no stranger to unexpected challenges, has come out … about Canadian Construction Leaders Discuss What’s Next in the Wake of COVID-19
As part of efforts to be able to better weather the next major disruption outside their control, some companies are giving digital solutions a closer look. A recent report by McKinsey says the construction industry … about Pandemic Helping Accelerate Construction Technology Use
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When the capital projects clock starts again, time will be of the essence. The spoils will go to those who have laid the best groundwork while waiting for this restart.