Following an uncertain year for businesses in the construction sector, what will 2020 bring and will it be more stable with a brighter outlook and increased work than the last 12 months?
Infrastructure Intelligence wants to hear from readers about what you think about the industry's prospects for 2020. Are you expecting a more successful year than the one just gone? Do you anticipate your workload increasing and if so will you have the staff numbers to cope? Will the general election usher in a new era of prosperity for construction firms if the infrastructure revolution we are being promised by the three main parties materialises?
Politically, the past 12 months have of course been dominated by Brexit. We all hope that won't continue in 2020, so what do you hope that the politicians will be turning their attention to over the next 12 months? And, what three things are you hoping for in 2020 for your business and the industry as a whole? And, are there any New Year's business resolutions that you will be implementing in 2020?
We'd love to hear your views on all the above for inclusion in our 2020 preview article in our next print issue and online. To send us your thoughts, please email the Infrastructure Intelligence editor, Andy Walker, at firstname.lastname@example.org Use the subject '2020 thoughts' on your email.