It has been demonstrated that the micro-organisation of the agents that make up the life cycle of a construction project generates a fragile environment, an environment more for survival than for productivity.
The lack of economic incentives, excessive payment deadlines -even outside the law-, tenders -where reckless underbidding is still allowed-… generate a context contrary to that of an efficient entrepreneurial ecosystem.
We must obtain reasonable profits for our activity instead of entering a “rat race” where we must take on new jobs that do not generate dividends, but generate a continuity of work.
At the same time, we find ourselves in a sector with minimal impact in terms of exports.
But let’s go to “Mission Impossible”, and try to transform our activity into an activity marked by good productivity and numbers that also allow reinvestment, growth, research and development, etc.
We can’t say no!