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Building for the Future

Last year, businesses across industries grappled with new challenges brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Operation Medical Surge

443 beds. A hospital-grade liquid oxygen farm. Industrial HEPA filtration. A rapid treatment center, a pharmacy, a laboratory. Building a makeshift hospital is no easy task, and these are just a few of the many features that engineers must often design for.

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COVID-19 Pandemic Accelerates Mixed-Use Development Trends

As the Coronavirus continues to spread, speculation abounds how mixed-use developments will prevail during and after this public health threat. One thing is clear: The virus is accelerating transformational trends in this real estate sector.

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How the Coronavirus Is Bringing the Future, Faster

One of the clear impacts of the coronavirus pandemic is the acceleration of a host of innovations that were already underway within the construction industry and our association.

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Reinventing Jobsite Safety

With the coronavirus pandemic worsening drastically this summer, executives at Suffolk Construction, an AGC of New York State LLC and Rhode Island Chapter-AGC member, figure it’s only a matter of time before a worker shows up sick to one of its many jobsites across the country. But for COVID-19 to spread at one of those sites, it will have to jump through more hoops than a circus tiger.

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Returning to Work

After months of managing an ever-changing landscape of operational mandates related to working or not working during the coronavirus pandemic, enabling office-based staff to work remotely and adopting technology that supports social distancing requirements, construction companies are looking carefully at how to return to work as restrictions ease.

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