Modern technology is beginning to infiltrate the construction industry in a seismic way that has massively improved efficiency in many areas. Connected Sites represent just one way that advances in tech are being made. They use tech that allows construction sites to build a connection with accurately precise information that is available to  any employee who may need to view it. This tech can keep construction sites across the country connected on one individual platform while transforming the way construction workers communicate with each other on a mass scale. Robotics, meanwhile, can perform a rapidly increasing number of individual tasks that include things like rebar tying, painting, bricklaying, and (incredibly) drywall installation. Robotics are also responsible for a drastic increase in safety within the construction industry since it can protect workers from tasks that are repetitive or dangerous. Drones are also becoming an increasingly popular trend. Statistics have shown us that drone use  itself for the industry has risen by as much as 239% every single year! MP Groundworks are  one of the leading construction companies in the Gloucestershire area with a reputation within the industry and local community for excellent professional workmanship and first class personal service.  If you’d like to know more about what we do and how we can help take a look at our website www.mpgroundworks.co.uk or give us a call on 01452 380 887.

Technological advances

Modern technology is beginning to infiltrate the construction industry in a seismic way that has massively improved efficiency in many areas. Connected Sites represent just one way that advances in tech are being made. They use tech that allows construction sites to build a connection with accurately precise information that is available to  any employee who may need to view it. This tech can keep construction sites across the country connected on one individual platform while transforming the way construction workers communicate with each other on a mass scale. Robotics, meanwhile, can perform a rapidly increasing number of individual tasks that include things like rebar tying, painting, bricklaying, and (incredibly) drywall installation. Robotics are also responsible for a drastic increase in safety within the construction industry since it can protect workers from tasks that are repetitive or dangerous. Drones are also becoming an increasingly popular trend. Statistics have shown us that drone use  itself for the industry has risen by as much as 239% every single year! MP Groundworks are  one of the leading construction companies in the Gloucestershire area with a reputation within the industry and local community for excellent professional workmanship and first class personal service.  If you’d like to know more about what we do and how we can help take a look at our website www.mpgroundworks.co.uk or give us a call on 01452 380 887. 3D printing will also continue to play a significant role in any construction trends that we will see moving further into the future. A fantastically wide variety of sustainable materials can also be used through utilising 3D printing, which can also create a variety of building materials like walls, floors, and (most importantly) concrete. 3D printing could, in this way, become the future of the construction industry as we know it; the rising cost of raw materials, desire to reduce forms of waste, capacity to mass print brilliant custom designs and quick turnaround times mean that 3D printing is a construction trend to watch out for in the future!

Technological advances

Modern technology is beginning to infiltrate the construction industry in a seismic way that has massively improved efficiency in many areas. Connected Sites represent just one way that advances in tech are being made. They use tech that allows construction sites to build a connection with accurately precise information that is available to  any employee who may need to view it. This tech can keep construction sites across the country connected on one individual platform while transforming the way construction workers communicate with each other on a mass scale. Robotics, meanwhile, can perform a rapidly increasing number of individual tasks that include things like rebar tying, painting, bricklaying, and (incredibly) drywall installation. Robotics are also responsible for a drastic increase in safety within the construction industry since it can protect workers from tasks that are repetitive or dangerous. Drones are also becoming an increasingly popular trend. Statistics have shown us that drone use  itself for the industry has risen by as much as 239% every single year! MP Groundworks are  one of the leading construction companies in the Gloucestershire area with a reputation within the industry and local community for excellent professional workmanship and first class personal service.  If you’d like to know more about what we do and how we can help take a look at our website www.mpgroundworks.co.uk or give us a call on 01452 380 887. 3D printing will also continue to play a significant role in any construction trends that we will see moving further into the future. A fantastically wide variety of sustainable materials can also be used through utilising 3D printing, which can also create a variety of building materials like walls, floors, and (most importantly) concrete. 3D printing could, in this way, become the future of the construction industry as we know it; the rising cost of raw materials, desire to reduce forms of waste, capacity to mass print brilliant custom designs and quick turnaround times mean that 3D printing is a construction trend to watch out for in the future!

Technological advances

Modern technology is beginning to infiltrate the construction industry in a seismic way that has massively improved efficiency in many areas. Connected Sites represent just one way that advances in tech are being made. They use tech that allows construction sites to build a connection with accurately precise information that is available to  any employee who may need to view it. This tech can keep construction sites across the country connected on one individual platform while transforming the way construction workers communicate with each other on a mass scale. Robotics, meanwhile, can perform a rapidly increasing number of individual tasks that include things like rebar tying, painting, bricklaying, and (incredibly) drywall installation. Robotics are also responsible for a drastic increase in safety within the construction industry since it can protect workers from tasks that are repetitive or dangerous. Drones are also becoming an increasingly popular trend. Statistics have shown us that drone use  itself for the industry has risen by as much as 239% every single year! MP Groundworks are  one of the leading construction companies in the Gloucestershire area with a reputation within the industry and local community for excellent professional workmanship and first class personal service.  If you’d like to know more about what we do and how we can help take a look at our website www.mpgroundworks.co.uk or give us a call on 01452 380 887.

Sustainable practises

Many construction companies in the UK are looking to turn green. Fresh developments in recyclable and renewable materials, as well as electric machinery, has given people greater options for an eco-friendly approach. For instance, the use of sustainably created materials such as concrete could cut carbon dioxide emissions into the atmosphere by as much as 50%. The use of recyclable materials has become an increasingly popular construction trend for this year. Multiple efforts need to now be made to move this trend away from being one that is reliant on the wealthy. This is additionally due to the notion that recycled materials can help to reduce waste disposal and material costs. 3D printing will also continue to play a significant role in any construction trends that we will see moving further into the future. A fantastically wide variety of sustainable materials can also be used through utilising 3D printing, which can also create a variety of building materials like walls, floors, and (most importantly) concrete. 3D printing could, in this way, become the future of the construction industry as we know it; the rising cost of raw materials, desire to reduce forms of waste, capacity to mass print brilliant custom designs and quick turnaround times mean that 3D printing is a construction trend to watch out for in the future!

Technological advances

Modern technology is beginning to infiltrate the construction industry in a seismic way that has massively improved efficiency in many areas. Connected Sites represent just one way that advances in tech are being made. They use tech that allows construction sites to build a connection with accurately precise information that is available to  any employee who may need to view it. This tech can keep construction sites across the country connected on one individual platform while transforming the way construction workers communicate with each other on a mass scale. Robotics, meanwhile, can perform a rapidly increasing number of individual tasks that include things like rebar tying, painting, bricklaying, and (incredibly) drywall installation. Robotics are also responsible for a drastic increase in safety within the construction industry since it can protect workers from tasks that are repetitive or dangerous. Drones are also becoming an increasingly popular trend. Statistics have shown us that drone use  itself for the industry has risen by as much as 239% every single year! MP Groundworks are  one of the leading construction companies in the Gloucestershire area with a reputation within the industry and local community for excellent professional workmanship and first class personal service.  If you’d like to know more about what we do and how we can help take a look at our website www.mpgroundworks.co.uk or give us a call on 01452 380 887.

Sustainable practises

Many construction companies in the UK are looking to turn green. Fresh developments in recyclable and renewable materials, as well as electric machinery, has given people greater options for an eco-friendly approach. For instance, the use of sustainably created materials such as concrete could cut carbon dioxide emissions into the atmosphere by as much as 50%. The use of recyclable materials has become an increasingly popular construction trend for this year. Multiple efforts need to now be made to move this trend away from being one that is reliant on the wealthy. This is additionally due to the notion that recycled materials can help to reduce waste disposal and material costs. 3D printing will also continue to play a significant role in any construction trends that we will see moving further into the future. A fantastically wide variety of sustainable materials can also be used through utilising 3D printing, which can also create a variety of building materials like walls, floors, and (most importantly) concrete. 3D printing could, in this way, become the future of the construction industry as we know it; the rising cost of raw materials, desire to reduce forms of waste, capacity to mass print brilliant custom designs and quick turnaround times mean that 3D printing is a construction trend to watch out for in the future!

Technological advances

Modern technology is beginning to infiltrate the construction industry in a seismic way that has massively improved efficiency in many areas. Connected Sites represent just one way that advances in tech are being made. They use tech that allows construction sites to build a connection with accurately precise information that is available to  any employee who may need to view it. This tech can keep construction sites across the country connected on one individual platform while transforming the way construction workers communicate with each other on a mass scale. Robotics, meanwhile, can perform a rapidly increasing number of individual tasks that include things like rebar tying, painting, bricklaying, and (incredibly) drywall installation. Robotics are also responsible for a drastic increase in safety within the construction industry since it can protect workers from tasks that are repetitive or dangerous. Drones are also becoming an increasingly popular trend. Statistics have shown us that drone use  itself for the industry has risen by as much as 239% every single year! MP Groundworks are  one of the leading construction companies in the Gloucestershire area with a reputation within the industry and local community for excellent professional workmanship and first class personal service.  If you’d like to know more about what we do and how we can help take a look at our website www.mpgroundworks.co.uk or give us a call on 01452 380 887. Construction output is currently at its highest levels for years, and as we have seen the construction industry recovering from a challenging pandemic period, at MP Building and Groundworks we strongly feel that it’s necessary to begin exploring the most important trends for the industry this coming year. It is a completely unprecedented time for the industry as a whole, since we haven’t had to recover from such dramatic losses before in such a reduced space of time. Consequently, we thought it would be worth examining what changes we could see coming in 2022.

Costing

Building material costs from things like brick and concrete will inevitably rise and are unlikely to decline in the near future. It’s therefore vitally important that businesses keep trying to prioritise a cost-effective and efficient approach to business in the future. Many trends that we will see appearing in the coming years will be as a response to rising construction costs it seems. New processes such as modular construction present us with one of the more popular trends that we are seeing come about as a result of rapidly rising construction costs. This can allow pre-engineered, factory-built units to be delivered successfully to a particular site and effectively assembled to use each component part to create a fully formed structure. Modular projects here can have a number of important benefits, which include the capacity they have to reach completion in almost half the time a normal project might take, saving on at least 20% of construction costs. Modular buildings can also undergo refurbishment and disassembling, drastically reducing the ever-rising demand for raw building materials and decreasing the need for excess waste.

Sustainable practises

Many construction companies in the UK are looking to turn green. Fresh developments in recyclable and renewable materials, as well as electric machinery, has given people greater options for an eco-friendly approach. For instance, the use of sustainably created materials such as concrete could cut carbon dioxide emissions into the atmosphere by as much as 50%. The use of recyclable materials has become an increasingly popular construction trend for this year. Multiple efforts need to now be made to move this trend away from being one that is reliant on the wealthy. This is additionally due to the notion that recycled materials can help to reduce waste disposal and material costs. 3D printing will also continue to play a significant role in any construction trends that we will see moving further into the future. A fantastically wide variety of sustainable materials can also be used through utilising 3D printing, which can also create a variety of building materials like walls, floors, and (most importantly) concrete. 3D printing could, in this way, become the future of the construction industry as we know it; the rising cost of raw materials, desire to reduce forms of waste, capacity to mass print brilliant custom designs and quick turnaround times mean that 3D printing is a construction trend to watch out for in the future!

Technological advances

Modern technology is beginning to infiltrate the construction industry in a seismic way that has massively improved efficiency in many areas. Connected Sites represent just one way that advances in tech are being made. They use tech that allows construction sites to build a connection with accurately precise information that is available to  any employee who may need to view it. This tech can keep construction sites across the country connected on one individual platform while transforming the way construction workers communicate with each other on a mass scale. Robotics, meanwhile, can perform a rapidly increasing number of individual tasks that include things like rebar tying, painting, bricklaying, and (incredibly) drywall installation. Robotics are also responsible for a drastic increase in safety within the construction industry since it can protect workers from tasks that are repetitive or dangerous. Drones are also becoming an increasingly popular trend. Statistics have shown us that drone use  itself for the industry has risen by as much as 239% every single year! MP Groundworks are  one of the leading construction companies in the Gloucestershire area with a reputation within the industry and local community for excellent professional workmanship and first class personal service.  If you’d like to know more about what we do and how we can help take a look at our website www.mpgroundworks.co.uk or give us a call on 01452 380 887.