The collapse of contracting giant Carillion offered a lesson for the construction sector. It reminded the industry of the need to carry out jobs for the right amount of money and to maintain good cash flow. It has also led to the sector looking at new technologies such as cryptocurrency to smooth out cash flow issues.
COVID has made businesses adapt to remote work, creating challenges regarding workplace culture and performance. Understanding these and implementing ways to maintain and build collaboration, motivation and productivity can have lasting positive results
Construction projects can range in size, but they all require extensive planning, and this, in turn, demands collaboration from an early stage, known as the pre-construction phase.
As planning regulations limit the amount that can be done to revamp properties above ground, developers—and homeowners—are looking beneath their feet for more space
An interview with Alex Tanguay
Mortenson Director of Project Controls Frank Sarno, and VP and GM for the Denver Operating Group Maja Rosenquist discuss decision making.