Could pre-fabrication construction ease Arizona’s labor shortage?

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A recent shortage in Arizona construction workers has spelt complications for the industry. According to a report put out by the Greater Phoenix Chamber Foundation (GPCF), there are over 10,000 vacancies in the Arizona construction industry as of 2016 and a subsequent Home Advisor survey (of the same year) found that the lack of laborers played a significant role in slowing or stopping the growth of 93 percent for Arizona construction industry companies that year. 

Pre-fabrication construction methods may be part of a solution to solving the shortage. Because the problem is less about the number of available workers and more about the increasing amount of construction projects breaking ground, said Gretchen Kinsella, an executive project manager at DPR Construction. 

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