Three Ways Aerial Imaging Benefits Construction Amid COVID-19

August 24, 2020
Rob Newman - Construction Executive

One would be hard pressed to find an industry that has not felt the effects of COVID-19 in its own unique way. The worlds of construction, roofing and solar are no different, and come with their own unique challenges. Among them, these industries are tasked with considering new ways of working to make contracted surveying, onsite inspections, design planning, bidding and winning new projects more efficient. But this was an obstacle even before the pandemic.

Unfortunately, these pre-pandemic obstacles haven’t gone away; if anything, they've become more challenging. COVID-19 is forcing contractors to think creatively and critically about how to approach the operational challenges inherent to their work. Tackling them is paramount to adapting to the difficulties presented by COVID-19.

Reprinted courtesy of Rob Newman, Construction Executive, a publication of Associated Builders and Contractors. All rights reserved.


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