Transforming how we build

Dominic Thasarathar outlines four key trends for improving construction productivity

18th February, 2018
Technology offers ways to improve productivity in how projects are selected, funded and delivered

While other sectors have seen significant gains in productivity over the last few decades, construction productivity has remained low. Poor productivity doesn’t just eat into contractor margins, it increases material waste, increases project cost and reduces our ability to deliver maximum value to our built environment.

But the question of productivity isn’t just limited to delivery. With global infrastructure facing an annual financing gap of $1 trillion, and increasing expectations that private sector...

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