Construction sector is building for the future

In a time of uncertainty, between the pandemic and Brexit, the building and infrastructure sectors nevertheless stand ready to create the Ireland of tomorrow

24th October, 2020
Construction sector is building for the future
The building, project management, quantity and planning surveyors who took part in this survey are very well placed to capture the expected pipeline of activity over the next six to 12 months

The pandemic has affected every aspect of business and society and the construction sector is no different, with surveys taken earlier this year showing the sudden impact which Covid-19 had on the industry.

Indeed, chartered surveyors involved in the sector believe the crisis has resulted in a 20 per cent decrease in activity levels, while over half expect to see a decrease in workloads over the next 12 months.

Micheál Mahon, the president of the Society...

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