McGriff teamed up with FMI to develop this white paper specifically for those in the engineering and construction industries.
Pandemics force a mass reckoning, and 2020 left no one untouched. The events of the past year—from stop work and shelter-in-place orders to massive unemployment and millions of people sick and dying from COVID-19—catalyzed changes long at work in the construction industry nearly overnight. The way we work has changed, and as we rebuild, the question is not only how to recover, but also how we want the future to look.
In the early months of 2021, the nation’s baseball stadiums have been turned into mass vaccination sites, trillion-dollar pieces of legislation are being pushed through Congress by a new administration, and a full reopening is finally in sight. It is time for contractors to focus on the years that come after the pandemic, an era in which 60% of baby boomers will reach retirement age, and labor shortages will attenuate at the same time as technology uptake accelerates, changing the very definition of our work.
This white paper presents ten of the most important trends for contractors to focus on when planning ahead.
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