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The new normal: 8 ways the coronavirus crisis is changing construction

In the span of two months, the coronavirus disaster has demanded sweeping modifications from the U.S. building marketplace, and authorities say a lot of of them will stay in place even right after the outbreak recedes.

As contractors prepare to return to function on web pages that have been shut down by shelter-in-place initiatives, they will experience an marketplace that has been significantly improved by the both of those community wellbeing and economic effects of the pandemic.

“There are new aspects coming into enjoy now that you or I in no way believed about,” explained Joe Natarelli, leader of Marcum

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In a world of changing construction costs, success hinges on accurate data

Every phase of the building lifecycle requires pristine accuracy – from planning to building – and the whole process begins with making sure your budget estimate is accurate. But inaccurate cost data inevitably leads to inaccurate estimates, inaccurate estimates lead to cost overruns and cost overruns can shut down a project altogether. I’m sure you’ve heard about at least one project that was halted or possibly never finished because it was started with a skewed budget.

It’s impossible for the cost data of yesterday to give a reliable vantage point for tomorrow’s construction project. In the average year, over 90%

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