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How to overcome challenging market conditions to keep projects on track

Steven Gregory highlights five ways to create ‘high performing delivery models’ for infrastructure projects in the face of labour shortages and material delays

02 November 2021
Steven Gregory
Steven Gregory
Many rail projects already use pre-cast platforms, canopies and modular plant rooms
Many rail projects already use pre-cast platforms, canopies and modular plant rooms


Covid-19 and Brexit have presented an unprecedented challenge to supply chain logistics. The delivery of infrastructure projects in transport, as elsewhere, is not immune to these pressures and thus appropriate responses are needed.

Abrupt changes in demand due to Covid-induced lockdowns have stretched the supply chain to its limits and the ‘just in time’ approach adopted by many manufacturers, merchants and trade contractors has offered minimal protection against the disruption...

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