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Top 3 Construction Trends Impacting the Industry

Michael Rosario, Construction Tech Review | Friday, June 17, 2022

As the construction industry becomes increasingly competitive and the market changes, leveraging the construction industry trends will prove valuable for any construction firm.

FREMONT, CA: The recent construction industry statistics show a booming and sustainable sector. New technology is continuing to transform the construction site, enhance the ability to win projects, and increase profit margins. Trends are transforming the roles of industry professionals and frontline workers. As the industry becomes more competitive, harnessing these construction industry trends will prove valuable for any construction firm. Read on for the must-watch construction trends of 2020 to stay competitive and gain an edge in the market.

• Robotics and Automation

The construction industry is one of the major economic sectors where robotics and automation can tackle inefficiencies and decreased productivity. Although their adoption in the construction industry is slow, robotics and automation can disrupt and offer many benefits to the industry. The types of automation and robotic technologies for construction are on-site automated and robotic systems, drones and autonomous vehicles, exoskeletons, and off-site prefabrication systems.

Top 10 Construction Tech Startups - 2020• Uses of Data

Adopting digital solutions to streamline operations has proven to answer many challenges in the construction industry. To streamline the workflow and improve the collaboration between the stakeholders, new digital tools are used to store project information in real-time. The available data, mainly from past construction projects, is essential for predictive analysis to better define and manage construction projects' risks and effectiveness. Analytics' use cases are boundless, from the simulation of the project to tracking construction assets.

• Sustainable Construction

The use of natural or recyclable materials allows construction projects to reduce expenses, save on resources, and mitigate environmental footprint by minimizing CO2 emissions. Using architectural design layouts, forms, and orientation decreases or removes mechanical cooling, heating, ventilation, and lighting demand. It also means optimizing energy conservation with roof overhangs for shading, natural ventilation, and many more. Sustainable buildings can promote higher living and aesthetic standards if furnished with flora.

See also: Top Robotics Companies

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