We’re not the first people to feel that technology is changing faster than ever. The impacts of inventions such as the motor car, TV, the PC, and mobile phones have undoubtedly prompted similar responses down the decades. Seen up close, the changes you witness loom large and seem all the more rapid.
Construction and civil engineering is not only a bellwether for the economy, but the industry also underpins productivity more widely, as well as society’s quality of life.
Investment in construction is economically productive. In fact, the International Monetary Fund (IMF) estimates that a 1% increase in spending on infrastructure produces a 1.4% increase in GDP within four years.
Ayming’s construction & civil engineering experts take a look at the technologies which are laying the foundation for the future of the sector:
- Innovative materials