The Future of Construction
Posted on: 17/02/2023
The Construction industry is currently experiencing an exciting period of growth in Britain. However, with this growth comes new challenges, meaning that businesses have had to rapidly adapt to new trends, costs, technologies, and ideas.
Sustainability is perhaps the biggest of these challenges. Pressures from the government and consumers mean that those involved in construction are rethinking how things are done. New, more ecologically friendly products are being made, and innovation is being used to make the industry more sustainable overall.
Materials that can absorb carbon emissions and can also be recycled are now being used. Recycling and the principles of a circular economy are now a major trend within construction, aiming at better using resources and minimising waste.
As the process of construction is energy intensive, the current energy crises are a real challenge to the industry. However, many new technologies and the principles of a circular economy are helping businesses face this issue.
The rapid developments in digitisation and artificial intelligence are also making an impact. These are affecting the industry in a profound way, from design and manufacture through to working practices.
These issues and what they might mean for the development of the construction industry are the focus of Executive TV’s latest programme, “The Future of Construction.” It features an in-depth discussion and analysis from key players in the sector.
Black Steel Doors are a leading supplier of luxury interior and exterior steel doors and windows in the UK.
Soprema Group are a world leader in waterproofing solutions and are also a key player in the construction sector.
Ecosystems Technologies design, manufacture and install high – quality, versatile modular buildings for a range of important sectors.
MTC Construction and Innovation Hub are a part of the Construction Innovation Hub. MTC is supporting a vision of a world – leading construction sector, delivering long – term environmental, economic and social benefits to the UK
“The Future of Construction” will be first broadcast on Sunday 19th February @ 10:30 (am) on SKY digital channel 181, then again on Sunday 26th March @ 10:30 (am) on SKY digital channel 181.
After the initial broadcast, the programme will be available at http://www.executivetv.org/ with the rest of our digital archive.
About Executive TV
Executive TV has been producing business-focused documentaries for the past twelve years. Our programming covers the whole breadth of commerce and industry in the UK, from manufacturing and heavy industry to financial services and consultancy. We have always made innovation a focus of our programmes, telling the story of new ideas and how they are impacting companies in Britain.
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