Labor Productivity Declines in the Construction Industry: Causes and RemediesAECbytes Archived Article (April 14, 2004)
The productivity of the construction industry, as measured by constant contract dollars of new construction work per hourly work hour, has gradually declined (with some modest exceptions) over the past 40 years at an average compound rate of -0.59%/year. In this article, Dr. Paul Teicholz analyzes the major causes for this lack of progress in field productivity in the construction industry.
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