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Last edited 07 Dec 2017
The construction site of the future
CEOs and high-level executives of established construction companies and start-ups explain how they imagine the construction site of the future will look like.
It is expected that a part of construction works moves to pre-fabrication factories. Standardised modules will be installed afterwards on-site. A common believe is that new technologies like 3D-printing, autonomous vehicles and robots will take over a part of the tasks on-site.
- Till Zupancic, Project Manager Future of Construction, World Economic Forum
- Michael Max Buehler, Head of Infrastructure and Urban Development Industries, World Economic Forum
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--Future of Construction 13:45, 28 Nov 2017 (BST)
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