Construction Industry Capacity

Construction Industry Capacity 

The world's design and construction industry has a flexible, but finite capacity, especially with regards to the design and construction of coastal structures. Specialty equipment and construction techniques for coastal areas are not universally available, particularly in the developing world. Moreover, estimating the total industrial capacity of the design and construction industry is challenging, as the basic unit of production is ill defined, diverse, and often driven by specific local conditions. We seek to define these critical components to enable rational planning from interdisciplinary engineering, policy, and investment point of view.
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