The Coronavirus pandemic is affecting the construction industry on different fronts and its effects are something that different firms need to adapt to long-term.
With everyone working from home since March due to Covid-19, it has been even more important for the team to connect and have fun together. Eleven people jumped on Zoom, teams were formed, and everyone spent the night laughing for all kinds of reasons.
Cleaning protocols have now been accelerated to an even higher degree in hotels based on coronavirus concerns, and to retain guest confidence.
Hoteliers are applying stricter cleaning protocols to make their establishments coronavirus-free as soon as stay-at-home orders are lifted allowing for local and international travel to resume.
In the same way a hotel service company would approach it, a PIP evaluation will help the owner determine what expenses need to be made during what time frame in order to address all of the needs.
In order to do our part to slow the spread and #flattenthecurve, Triple Crown Construction’s corporate office has made the move to remote work for the time being, while our field teams continue to work on-site while complying with CDC recommendations around social and physical distancing.
Here are some methods hotels are implementing to help curb the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Construction organizations across the world are adapting to mobile workforce apps to assist their workforce throughout the day, aiming to improve their slow processes and turning them into more efficient ones.
It’s impossible to guarantee that a construction project will not have any challenges. However, what a construction company can do is develop a series of core values that honor the client and the project to significantly reduce the risk of any failures.