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White Paper - Global Tactics for Construction: Who Will Dominate the Construction Industry

Construction was at one time a highly regionalized business. Pragmatic and market forces made it more efficient for even a large, industrial general contractor to focus regionally. But inexorable trends are making it more important for major commercial, civil, engineering and industrial contractors to grow their global footprint.

But who will dominate the future of construction? Will the US take the lead? Will China continue to flex its muscle via it’s One Belt initiative? Will the Eurozone find a place beyond its borders?

All of these questions remain unanswered, however, early signs, signaled by process improvements, technology adoption and tight production, supply and contractor integration are giving experts hints about who will lead the construction industry in the future, and why they’ll end up ahead.

In this white paper you will learn:
  • About the major players in the construction landscape including their strengths and weaknesses
  • What investments are having the most dramatic effects on the construction industry
  • Who will win the race to dominate construction in the 21st century

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