Labor shortages change the construction-quality game

Screen Shot 2016-09-04 at 9.18.36 AMBy Don Neff | Multi-Housing News

Lacking top-grade craftsmen, builders have to resort to B and C quality trades, which leads to a greater risk of construction problems.

While responding to growing demand for new housing and apartments, the building industry is concurrently managing through labor constraints across multiple trades in multiple regions. Lacking top-grade craftsmen, builders have to resort to B and C quality trades, requiring more tedious oversight by field superintendents and construction managers, and with greater risk of construction problems.

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