Recovery projections for key construction segments
Employing some of most in-demand occupations—such as construction and extraction roles—in 2020, the US construction industry lost about 1.1 million jobs from February to April, according to analysis from LaborIQ by ThinkWhy. The losses were impacted as the industry faced worker safety, funding, material shortages and a failure to meet contracted project timelines.
How MBH Architects helped a critical research facility get built during the lockdown
It has been called an entrepreneurial playground—a place that was designed for scientists, by scientists. MBC BioLabs is a full-service incubator offering laboratories, office space, meeting room and an in-house staffed CRO facility with millions of dollars’ worth of equipment. Right before the pandemic hit, builders were putting the final touches on the 930 Brittan […]
What he said… (kind of)
You are ready to go, right? You are ready to get back to a sense of normalcy—put all of this behind you and get moving. Before you jump back into the game, remember that every step you take, however small, is a step forward. It is not something you always want to hear, but it […]
COVID & Construction: A look at what’s coming
The current pandemic has caused many companies to adjust to meet the needs of clients and the consumer market. Many industries, if not all, have experienced some level of uncertainty and numerous hiccups, as things continue to change and progress over time. So, how has the commercial construction industry been impacted, and what does it […]
3 critical practices for running a 100% virtual company
More and more companies are working from home or client locations. Today, with world events forcing us to try new ways of doing business, there is no choice. Here are three tips to give your people, business and culture that virtual company environment.
4 ways your team can better prepare for COVID-19
As the Covid-19 pandemic has begun to spread across countries and industries, the commercial construction industry has found varied methods to adapt to changes in workforce, funding and supply chains. Yet those facing changes to their budgets and schedules still bear responsibility in ensuring possible recovery during what may be considered a force majeure event, […]