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Discussion with Wally Adamchik on Construction Technological Evolution

As the technology has touched every industry out there, the least digitized construction is also in the game. Post pandemic, this industry has witnessed several challenges such as labor shortage, poor accounting, improper workflow and the list goes on. However, with growing technological use, the construction industry is holding its pace again.

To shed some light, we have interviewed Wally Adamchik, a renowned construction consultant in the USA.

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Who Did We Interview?

Wally Adamchik is a trusted construction consultant with decades of experience helping professionals across the world. His training and coach has empowered top experts to develop effective strategies and stay consistent in the market.

Let Us Quickly Dive into Our Expert’s Point Of View

Question 1: In the age of COVID-19, how do you see the construction industry in the year 2022? Do you think this year will be a “digital year” for construction professionals?

It will be but not as big as it might be. There are still gains and consolidations to be made from digital adoption and advancement during COVID. Some things worked, but can work better. With people back in the office, in many cases, the progress will continue but the sense of urgency is less. I hear when I talk with clients

Question 2: The construction industry has undergone dynamic changes over the years. What do you consider as the biggest challenge for this industry now?

Of course the labor issues will continue to be real but broader issues such as carbon and diversity will continue to make a bigger impact. The challenge to leaders is to be ready for whatever comes at them. Culture matters more than ever as it is the only reliable antidote to uncertainty.

Question 3: What potential do you see in the latest construction technology trends? Are they capable of boosting the productivity of construction professionals?

Data analytics coupled with data presentation (power BI, etc) is the new frontier. Being able to crunch numbers that we never crunches and present that data in a timely and useful manner is huge. It is a positive cycle where users at all levels see the utility of the data and then are more inclined to report correctly and use the information gained

Question 4: Where do you see the construction industry in the next five years? Please share your valuable insights with our readers.

Digital transformation will continue but the labor issues will put some firms out of business. Next gen does not think working 60 hour weeks is a good thing. Smart, hard-working people are saying this is crazy. There are firms winning the labor battle today with superior culture that attracts and retains at a higher rate. This values based, people powered firm is the future. Then empower these people with tech and superior results are possible.

Get to Know Our Influencer

In this series of questions, Paul Grace shares a bit more about himself.

In four words or less, what’s your prediction about the transforming construction industry?

Evolve, adapt or depar

What’s your success mantra?

My personal mission statement is I am a living, loving, learning child of God who strives for excellence in all things

If I had a success mantra it might be show up, shut up and do the work. Then good things happen.

More Details

Wally Adamchik is renowned for assisting construction companies with employment solutions. He makes sure that you strategically hire your team and retain valuable employees.