Under the Microscope: The Impact of COVID-19 on Construction and Fabrication Projects
August 04, 2021DownloadsDownload Article
FTI Consulting conducted an online survey to investigate how COVID-19 impacted construction and manufacturing projects one year after work stoppages and local lockdowns began.
The following is an extract from Construction Law Review, from their 2021-2022 edition. The entire publication can be read here: http://ces.pagelizard.co.uk/webviewer/#constructionlawreview20212022/under_the_microscope
"COVID-19 has caused disruption and delays to a wide range of industries - and construction is no exception. Late instructions, restricted access or supplies, and piecemeal working to overcome supply and labour shortages are a few examples of the disruptions that have occurred.
Since the start of the pandemic, the importance of maintaining clear project records has never been more important. Ultimately, disruption and delays affect the project’s milestones and can significantly impact the project’s financial health."
This article was originally published in ICES Construction Law Review 2021 (25th Anniversary Issue) and has been reprinted with kind permission.
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