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RWB Construction Management Discusses Business Impacts of the Pandemic

MANALAPAN, FL / ACCESSWIRE / August 25, 2021 / Construction contractors, developers, and vendors have been directly impacted by the global 2020/2021 COVID-19 pandemic. This worldwide shutdown happened nearly instantaneously, cutting off necessary supply chain ports and halting labor. Most construction companies have been left without the essential supplies, labor, and resources needed to survive.

Coronavirus continues to create enormous challenges for the entire building industry. Because of this pandemic, many contractors have been unable to source basic materials such as lumber, steel, and windows, while also suffering massive labor shortages. Countless construction jobs have been put on hold as worksites lack employees and materials. Entire businesses have been lost.

Robert Burrage, Owner and CEO of RWB Construction Management is familiar with building challenges. Robert built his company on Florida’s premier beach coast, overcoming annual hurricanes and beach erosion issues. RWB Construction Management builds and supervises over 100,000 square feet of luxury high-end residential estates annually.

While many residential construction companies worldwide are failing as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic closures, RWB Construction Management is thriving. RWB’s team recently completed a twenty thousand square foot spec estate on the coast of Manalapan, Florida that went on the market at the height of the pandemic and went under contract a record eight days later. Moreover, if you’ve had the opportunity to drive through Manalapan recently, you might have seen one of RWB Construction Management’s new building signs at one of the numerous sites.

Robert Burrage is recognized for his ability to oversee enormous residential projects, from commencement to completion. When asked about the pandemic recently, Robert has this to say, “The last two years of all our lives have been completely flipped upside down. We have all had our own personal and professional chaos. Everyone at RWB worked hard to overcome. We outperformed our competition, and put an exclamation point on our future!”

Contact:

Robert Burrage
RWB Construction Management
+1 561.270.1808
[email protected]

SOURCE: RWB Construction Management

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