The Associated General Contractors of America (AGC) released the results of a survey on Coronavirus impacts in construction it conducted June 9-17 among its members.
Some interesting metrics of note:
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- 43% of contractors report that they are not currently experiencing project delays or disruptions due to a shortage of personal protective equipment (PPE), shortage of materials, shortage of craft workers, lack of government action, infected jobsites, or financing difficulties.
- Since June 1, 62% report that no suppliers have provided notice that their deliveries will be late or canceled.
- 67% of firms report either no change in headcount or increase in headcount between March 1 and June 9.
- 41% of firms report no change in the firm's headcount.
- 20% of firms report that headcount was UP 1% - 10%.
- 6% of firms report that headcount went UP more than 10%.
- When it comes to a return to “normal business levels,” 26% say their business volume already matches or exceeds their levels of one year ago, 26% say they expect it to return to normal within 1-6 months, 30% don’t expect their business to return to normal for an additional six months or more, and 17% don't know. Of note, 0% reported "never" as their expectation.