Almost all sectors and industries across the world have gone through tremendous change and advancement and have achieved enormous success in terms of their achievements, products and services over the last fifty years except the construction sector. The construction sector worldwide seems to be reluctant and hesitant to embrace the innovation and opportunities, eventually staying stagnant where it was before 50 years and in some contexts, the construction sector even has decreased from its earlier status. In this juncture, the aerospace industry with its various versatile stakeholders such as Sonovision and numerous other organisations which are considered as most advanced and successful domains can play an ideal and crucial role especially in creating innovative opportunities to grow the construction sector.
The aerospace domain has the potential to adequately improve the construction sector especially by effectively addressing various internal and external challenges, by persistent effort of repairing the deep-rooted fragmentation of the industry, by rebuilding the inadequate collaboration between the stakeholders and players, by incorporating modern and sophisticated technologies, by preparing the workforce and above all, by collaborating with other efficient and beneficial domains.
In its early stage, the aerospace traditionally was confined to redefining the frontiers with its business models, services and products which over the period required innovation and improvement. The aerospace eventually targeted radical goals by boldly facing far-reaching challenges resulting in innovative execution and solution. The aerospace was inspired by the illustration of John F. Kennedy who said that “we have chosen to go to the moon and do whatever is possible for the purpose not due to the reason that they are easy, but for the reason that they are hard.”
Some of the ways which aviation and aerospace can contribute to the construction sector are by going beyond the budget and maintaining appropriate time which the construction sector can learn from aviation and aerospace. Another avenue which may be useful for the construction sector is by changing the business model through adopting and implementing disruptive technology. Importantly, the aviation and aerospace have been learning from its numerous fundamental constraints which can be a turning point for the construction industry when they will learn to transform their constraints into opportunities.
Similarly, other ways by which the construction sector improve by the incentives of aviation and aerospace are by prioritising affordable and smart solutions, learning from experiences, by putting human at the centre of every move, by creating and promoting organizations that have high-performances, by collaborating beyond boundaries, by believing that sky is the only limit, and by seeking cosmic trust and integrity.