Survey results: How the covid-19 crisis is affecting the industry

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Full results of the survey carried out by Building Design, Building and Housing Today

The construction industry is facing a "double whammy" with many firms predicting the fallout from coronavirus and Brexit will push them over the edge. Even those that survive will have to deal with an inevitable financial slowdown and a skills shortage, they say.

A pan-construction survey carried out by Building Design and its sister titles Building and Housing Today, in association with Fenwick Elliott, found that more than 90% of respondents were concerned that this crisis could cause insolvency.

The responses from architects can be read in Building Design's news section.

The full results, reflecting the breadth of the construction industry, are below.

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