Infrastructure Intelligence has launched a new webinar series to help the construction sector grapple with the key issues as the UK enters the latest stage in the fight against the coronavirus.
The webinars, which will run every Friday at 11am throughout the summer, will focus on the role of infrastructure investment in the economic recovery, building industry resilience, changing business models and communications in the new digital landscape and continue the good work laid by ACE's Navigating COVID-19 series which helped members deal with the immediate issues highlighted in the COVID crisis.
Commenting on the webinar series, Infrastructure Intelligence editor Andy Walker said: “The coronavirus crisis has had a significant impact on every business sector and we wanted to help the industry as it emerges slowly from its worst effects. With business as usual no longer an option and with a commercial and societal landscape significantly changed, this webinar will examine what the new normal for the construction industry will look like as the lockdown restrictions are eased.”
Walker continued: “Future events in our webinar series will focus on the role of infrastructure investment in economic recovery, building industry resilience, changing business models and communications in a new digital landscape. We hope that these webinars will help to inform the industry and prepare construction businesses for what is to come as the sector comes out of Covid and prepares to face up to an industry and business landscape that is set to be somewhat different from the one we had just over two months ago.”
Details of guests and speakers will be shared by the magazine online and in their e-news updates. Previous episodes of the webinar series will soon be available to watch again online. Please check back soon for more details.
Replay previous webinars below:
With the easing of the lockdown, what is the new normal for construction?
The role of infrastructure investment in kick-starting the economy.
Guarding against the next time – making the industry resilient.
Changing business models in a post-virus world.
Communications in a new digital landscape.