We talk a lot around here about construction productivity, and how resistant it is to improvement. We’ve also talked about construction innovation, and the structural reasons that make it hard to introduce new products or technologies into the building process. These issues seem linked - it’s hard to improve productivity if you can’t introduce better methods, materials, or processes. So one way of thinking about construction productivity is that it’s an innovation problem, and solving it means making it easier for innovations to be adopted.
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