How the Construction Industry Is Being Impacted by the Coronavirus and Steps To Minimize Its Influence On Individual Projects

Tuesday, March 10, 2020

The effects of the coronavirus, COVID-19, are being felt in South Carolina with a growing uncertainty regarding the virus and its ancillary effects on the economy. How severe an impact COVID-19 could have on South Carolina’s construction industry is determinate upon the virus’s effect on the globally interconnected workforce. Primary emphasis is on manufacturing employees (material) and construction workers (labor) with the Port of Charleston, or any other seaport, caught in-between. Direction for those involved in the construction industry can be found by analyzing U.S./China and S.C./China trade conditions and examining current construction labor realities in Singapore.

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LCK is a privately held woman-owned business (WOB) jointly owned by majority partner, Mickey Layden, and Colliers International South Carolina. Since 1994, LCK has delivered a project management alternative for development of new facilities and for renovations. LCK’s experience in Office, Retail, Industrial, Municipal/Government, Non-Profit, Healthcare, Educational, Religious/Churches and Special Use projects has proven to be a preferred solution for many owners statewide. Project planning, cost control, schedule compliance and quality management routinely generate cost savings for each of LCK’s clients.


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