December 6, 2021


Anything but ordinary

Friday Feedback: Are you concerned about a decline in infrastructure work?

Numbers unveiled this week exposed that less infrastructure tasks are currently being constructed in the U.S.

Dodge Info & Analytics noted a 31% decline in the nonbuilding sector, which consists of perform such as roads, bridges and pipelines.

The plummeting numbers were also echoed in a report before this month that found that infrastructure tasks well worth $9.6 billion have been canceled or delayed due to COVID-19. 

Even so, in some areas, the coronavirus has brought on a burst in civil tasks, with governors in states like Florida and Minnesota accelerating highway and bridge construction while less drivers are on the roads.

Development Dive needs to know: Is the gloomy outlook influencing your infrastructure venture pipeline? Have you seen employment in the sector identified as off or delayed due to the results of COVID-19? Or, conversely, are your infrastructure tasks dashing alongside?

Reply our brief study and have your voice read. The success of this week’s study will be revealed upcoming week.