The recently concluded annual meeting of the World Economic Forum in Davos, highlighted possibly the biggest inflection point in technology and commerce in the recent.
Construction technologies have always been evolving. The great wonders of the world are prime examples of technical capabilities of their respective times. As technologies evolve along with architectural trends over hundreds of years, a pattern in productivity can be observed.
As technology evolved, human labour could be utilized in more efficient ways. Projects of similar budgets and scale could now be made using fewer personnel and in a fraction of the time.
Such a large scale united action at the international level is bound to have the largest impact on the energy industry. It is clear that the shift from non-renewable to renewable energy will gain major impulse from the summit. Since a large portion of the work to be done will be outsourced to corporations, the international checks guarantee that these corporations will have to adhere to strict rules and deadlines under their respective governments.