It has been over a year since the pandemic has changed our lives and the script is still unfolding.
With the digital age upon us, our behaviours towards engaging with our people and clients has shifted. Our new way of working has been extremely effective with our teams becoming more efficient, verification protocols have improved and there is an increased intelligence of the digitised workspace.
Celebrating its 32nd edition, this guide forms part of our commitment to improve project delivery through unique and comprehensive research about the industry.
This guide shares insights about commercial and retail developments, industrial and healthcare facilities, as well as comprehensive local and international building cost rates.
The last year and a half has been challenging both in the workplace and at home. With public and private infrastructure spend subdued, a turnaround is expected post-vaccination roll-out. This has unfortunately limited success regionally to date, but are hopeful that as the vaccination roll-out starts to safeguard our country, a more positive outlook is on the horizon for the construction industry in FY22.
Based on the cost data enclosed, Africa continues to steadily grow despite the challenges the pandemic presented. With larger infrastructure and construction projects gradually coming to market, these will provide opportunities for investment and service providers for 2021 and beyond.