Survey tracks leading drains on construction productivity

Sources: FMI Corp., Raleigh, N.C.; PlanGrid, San Francisco; CP staff

A survey of nearly 600 construction professionals finds that time spent on non-optimal activities—fixing mistakes, scouting data and managing conflict resolution—accounts for $177.5 billion in labor costs per year, while rework stemming from miscommunication and inaccurate or inaccessible information will cost the U.S. industry $30 billion-plus in 2018.

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