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4 Construction Trends for 2022

Hussein Cholkamy, COO, eyrus

4 Construction Trends for 2022Hussein Cholkamy, COO, eyrus

If the past few years have taught us anything, its that the adoption of new technology and keeping a skilled workforce safe are going to continue to be construction trends for 2022 and beyond. We’ve identified four industry trends for you to be aware of and plan on incorporating into your 2022 projects.

"The entire construction industry is in a rapid phase of growth and transformation"

Trend 1: Continued Digital Transformation

Yes, 3D printing and AI are cool, but paperless construction worksites are the real future. Not only can moving your records to digital cloud-based databases improve and simplify many on-site processes and reporting, but it also helps with payroll accuracy and team collaboration. 

Plus, going digital makes remote work possible during a global pandemic.

Trend 2: Wearables

They’re not so futuristic anymore “Wearables are officially here. Wireless sensors embedded in construction workers apparel, badges or hard hats can automatically track data digitally and get it to the right people in real-time. The best part? The workers don't have to do anything extra,”“all they have to do is focus on their job. The on-site sensors monitor for movement, zone management and reporting to help ensure a safer and more productive job site for everyone.

Trend 3: Automation Efficiency

This trend is happening across just about every industry, but it has a particular benefit to construction for its advantages in efficiency, transparency, and planning. With the recent construction labor shortages, this is a trend with solutions that allow teams of all sizes to work safer while working faster on-site.

Trend 4: Worker Analytics

Eyrus knows the power of workforce visibility on construction sites. 

 

Some of the real-time Eyrus workforce proximity solutions that have helped companies stay safe and informed include Zone Management, which lets you to easily create job site zones to monitor density and set access authorization. 

Contact Tracing is another solution that allows you to automatically generate daily reports to review data captured by wearables and beacons per employee, which comes in handy for vaccine tracking and compliance.

Its a truly exciting time to be in construction.The entire industry is in a rapid phase of growth and transformation. Tech platforms such as the one we have built at Eyrus can provide real-time, next-level workforce visibility as the construction trends for 2022 continue to quickly evolve.

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