For many of us, the word ‘crisis’ takes us back 10 plus years ago when a financial crisis spread throughout the world.
Today, we face a very different crisis. Many countries are employing a wide range of measures to keep people apart and limit the spread of a global pandemic, from social distancing to pressing the pause button on many aspects of everyday life. Construction has not been immune to this virus. While the current crisis is different in many ways, there are things we learned from the aftermath of the 2008 financial crisis that we can use to help us manage the current crisis.
We recently had the opportunity to sit down with Andy Dickey, Business Development Manager for Trimble’s Cast-in-Place Concrete business, to discuss the lessons of the previous crisis and how they might be applied today.
https://buildingpoint.com.au/wp-content/uploads/2021/08/BPA-Logo_H-300x76.png00Lesley Brigdenhttps://buildingpoint.com.au/wp-content/uploads/2021/08/BPA-Logo_H-300x76.pngLesley Brigden2020-07-10 09:03:542021-09-15 13:52:49Constructing our future: The Construction Industry beyond Covid-19
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