Architecture and Construction Industry trends for the next 5 years: Aatika Manzar

Here are some best architecture and Construction Industry trends you can look for for the next 5 years suggested by Aatika Manzar.

Since last year, the COVID-19 pandemic changed how the architecture and construction industry works dynamically changed and is involved. The new age of emerging technologies has taken over the market and people are inclined toward evolving along the same

As the industry becomes more competitive and the market shifts, here are some best architecture and Construction Industry trends you can look for for the next 5 years-

Protective equipment

The pandemic drastically impacted the construction industry, affecting construction site guidelines in a way that there are now updated state regulations emphasizing cleanliness and strict safety protocols. The industry is also witnessing a rise in machines capable of identifying common safety issues and eliminating those threats one at a time. 

Wearable innovations are making their way to the job site with work boots that connect to Wi-Fi and alert others if a person has fallen. Material-moving “mules” transport heavy or hazardous materials and task robots to construct scaffolding or lay bricks autonomously. 

Construction drones

The use of drones in the construction industry has been one of the most fast-growing trends. Earlier drones were used to get just aerial photography for real estate and advertisement but nowadays drones are used for mapping large areas, producing valuable aerial heat maps and thermal images. 

Augmented reality

For builders and developers, AR facilitates the use of wearable technology and 360-degree video to enable 3D visualization of future projects in their surrounding environment, automated measuring of buildings, fast and affordable simulation of architectural and structural changes

Building information modeling (BIM)

BIM allows users to generate computer renderings of buildings and utilities. The ease of managing these models and sharing data can enable superior prefabrication of parts, leading to on-time and accurate completion. 

Green Building

Green building and the concept of green building is something that is gonna be followed highly in the coming years, with the clients/buyers also factoring in what kind of space they wanna be situated with.

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Author – Aatika Manzar, Founder Director at Aatika Manzar Designs

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