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  1. 1. C r navirus Impact Assessment & Mitigation Strategies in Construction & Real Estate Industry
  2. 2. Table of Contents for Coronavirus Impact Assessment & Mitigation Strategies in Construction & Real Estate Industry 2 › COVID 19 Pandemic Impact on Construction and Real Estate Sector Globally › How COVID 19 has Affected the Real Estate and Construction Business › Pandemic Impact on U.S Housing Market › US Construction Companies have Declined Stock Prices › Indicators of Mortgage Borrower Credit Quality in Recession › Mapping the Coronavirus Impact on US Construction › COVID-19 Outbreak Impact on CRE Growth › Pandemic Impact on India’s Housing Market › Coronavirus Impact on Construction Industry Construction & Real Estate Industry Overview › Impact of COVID 19 Overtime in Construction SMBs › Commercial Real Estate Industry Over Next 18 Months › Challenges Faced by CRE Industry due to Coronavirus › How to Improve Tenant and End-User Experience in Real Estate Risk Maturity Model Survey Questionnaire Impact of COVID 19 Overtime in Const Risk 1: Disruption Due to Social Distancing › How is COVID-19 Affecting Housing Market Into Social Distancing? › Ways To Market Real Estate Deal While Social Distancing Assess the impacts based on the following risks- Risk 2: Plummeting Employee Productivity › Impact of COVID on Real Estate and Construction Employee Productivity › Increase in Unemployment by Countries’ Income Group › ILO’s Four-Pillar Policy Framework Risk Readiness Assessments › Construction Readiness Assessment Model › Construction and Real Estate Business Risk Assessment Business Impact Analysis › Coronavirus Impact Matrix of Different Industries › Construction Business Risk Analysis Matrix › Coronavirus Impact Assessment on Construction Business How Risks are Mitigated Risk 5: Economic Instability and Civil Unrest › COVID Short and Mid Term Impact on Real Estate Industry › Policy Response Summary For Different Economies › Coronavirus Risks Civil Unrest Backlash in US Real Estate Market Risk 4: Recession, Unemployment and Investment Pull-back › How Real Estate Industry is Impacted by COVID Crisis › US Construction Employment Growth › Risk of Investing in Real Estate and Construction Industry Risk 3: Stressed Supply Chains › Coronavirus Hits Global Supply Chain › Impact of COVID-19 on Construction Supply Chain › Steps Considered to Analyze Supply Chain During Pandemic Policy Management › Policies Implied on Real Estate Post COVID 19 Incident Management › Managing Commercial Office Spaces › Steps Required for Incidents Management in Real Estate Business Continuity Plans › Major Actions Required for COVID Recovery in Construction Sector › Action Plan Across Real Estate and Construction Business › Applying Hierarchy of Controls for COVID-19 Risk Management Plans › Risk Management Tool for Construction and Real Estate › Risks Mitigation Strategies for Construction Project
  3. 3. Table of Contents for Coronavirus Impact Assessment & Mitigation Strategies in Construction & Real Estate Industry 3 › COVID 19 Pandemic Impact on Construction and Real Estate Sector Globally › How COVID 19 has Affected the Real Estate and Construction Business › Pandemic Impact on U.S Housing Market › US Construction Companies have Declined Stock Prices › Indicators of Mortgage Borrower Credit Quality in Recession › Mapping the Coronavirus Impact on US Construction › COVID-19 Outbreak Impact on CRE Growth › Pandemic Impact on India’s Housing Market › Coronavirus Impact on Construction Industry Construction & Real Estate Industry Overview
  4. 4. COVID 19 Pandemic Impact on Construction and Real Estate Sector Globally 4 This slide covers the impact of COVID on real estate and construction sector globally which affects agency and brokerage market. Global real estate agency and brokerage market is expected to decline from $913.3 billion in 2019 to $908.9 billion in 2020 Residential sector has weaken demand since its difficult to launch new projects and complete the ongoing ones due to construction halts and labor shortage Market is then expected to recover and grow at a CAGR of 7% from 2021 & reach $1107.2 billion in 2023 Due to COVID-19 outbreak CAGR has been decreased by 0.5% This slide is 100% editable. Adapt it to your needs and capture your audience's attention.
  5. 5. How COVID 19 has Affected the Real Estate and Construction Business 5 This slide covers the areas which are affected the most due to coronavirus in real estate and construction business. 43% 45% 48% 34% 58% 21% 5% 39% 10% 0% 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 60% Financial difficulties (project delays, cash flow problems, etc.) Job cancellations Reduced customer demand for my company's commercial (low-slope)roofing services Reduced customer demand for my company's commercial (steep-slope)roofing services Slowdown in normal bid activity Material shortages and/or delays from our supply chain Increased employee illnesses from COVID-19 Increased employee absences (other illnesses, taking care of children, etc.) Increased customer demand for my company's roofing services Percent This slide is 100% editable. Adapt it to your needs and capture your audience's attention.
  6. 6. Pandemic Impact on U.S Housing Market 6 This graph shows the pending home sales in the US market based on 2019 and 2020 due to COVID affect. Key Insights: Pre-COVID housing market was remarkably strong and climbed to a 13-year high in February After pandemic, home sales have been declined by 45% Add text here COVID-19 Declared a National Emergency on March 13 -45% Decline in Pending Home Sales Compared to 2019 This slide is 100% editable. Adapt it to your needs and capture your audience's attention. -50% -40% -30% -20% -10% 0% 10% 20%
  7. 7. US Construction Companies have Declined Stock Prices 7 This graph shows the decline in stock prices in top 5 asset class in US such as construction technology, AEC firms, building materials distributors and manufacturers, homebuilders, etc. 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 110 19-Feb 26-Feb 04-Mar 11-Mar 18-Mar 25-Mar 01-Apr 08-Apr 15-Apr 22-Apr NASDAQ (IXIC), N = 3,000 12.7 Construction Technology Firms, N = 5 16.3 AEC Firms, 2 N = 5 26.5 Building Materials Distributors, N = 5 28.7 US ECB Average, N = 25 29.1 Building Materials Manufacturers, N = 5 35.8 Homebuilders, N = 5 38.1 XX % Decrease Since Feb 19 This slide is 100% editable. Adapt it to your needs and capture your audience's attention. Average capitalization variation of top five players by asset class, United States, index (100 = Feb 19, 2020)
  8. 8. Indicators of Mortgage Borrower Credit Quality in Recession 8 This slide covers the metrics of US mortgage borrower credit quality in real estate sector during recession in 2007 and 2020. Metric Great Recession (Entering 2007) COVID-19 (February 2020) Percent of Homeowners w/ a Mortgage 68.4% 62.9% Average Current Loan-to-Value (LTV) Ratio 61.8% 53.3% Average Credit Score at Origination 708 736 Mortgage Payment to Income Ratio 31.8% 20.9% Number of Active Subprime Loans 5.1 Million 1.98 Million Number of Active Adjustable Rate Mortgages 12.9 Million 3.2 Million Mortgage Delinquency Rate 4.92% 3.28% Key Insights: › Volume of new listings and home is slowing down in March and April › US home sales are down by 40% on 18th April as compared to previous year › Currently there are 750,000 homes for sale in the U.S as compared to 1 million homes for sale last year This slide is 100% editable. Adapt it to your needs and capture your audience's attention.
  9. 9. Mapping the Coronavirus Impact on US Construction 9 This slide covers the US map and details of the states which halted construction due to pandemic affect within the economy. AK WA MT ND MN WI MI NY MA RI ME NH VT ID WY SD IA IL IN OH PA NJ CT OR NV CO NE MO KY WV VA CA UT NM KS AR TN NC SC DC MD MD AZ OK LA MS AL GA FL TX HI 28 States allow all projects 13 States allow some projects 3 States allow no projects 7 States allow not decided This slide is 100% editable. Adapt it to your needs and capture your audience's attention.
  10. 10. COVID-19 Outbreak Impact on CRE Growth 10 This map shows the impact on COVID on effective rent growth in construction real estate industry on overall US economy. This slide is 100% editable. Adapt it to your needs and capture your audience's attention. › The apartment’s rent growth has been decreased by 2.7% due to pandemic › Office rent growth has been decreased by 6.6% › Add text here › Add text here Key Insights: Sector Baseline Protracted Slump Apartment 2.0% -2.7% Office 1.1% -6.6% Retail -0.3% -9.9% Flex / R&D 1.4% -6.7% Warehouse / Distribution 2.0% -5.6% Effective Rent Growth Forecast 2020 Long Island, NY New York Philadelphia › Add text here
  11. 11. Pandemic Impact on India’s Housing Market 11 This slide covers the detail of the India’s housing market and impact of coronavirus pandemic on Indian economy and real estate sector. Sales Down 26% Project launches Down 51% Inventory 738,898 units Housing market in India’s top 9 cities (January-March 2020) Key Insights › In India, the real estate industry contributes 7% to the GDP and employs 15% of the labour force, which has come to a complete standstill due to COVID-19. › The current pandemic has affected the real estate sector's 12 billion dollar economy › Add Text Here › Add Text Here › Add Text Here › Add Text Here › Add Text Here › Add Text Here › Add Text Here › Add Text Here › Add Text Here › Add Text Here › Add Text Here › Add Text Here
  12. 12. Coronavirus Impact on Construction Industry 12 This slide covers the key indicators and highlights for real estate and construction industry such as single family housing, multifamily permits, jobless claims, etc. Key Highlights: › Q2 is facing the lower construction due to poor spending levels › Economic disruptions due to ongoing regulation and work from home › Across the U.S, north east will experience largest construction decline, following west and south Key Indicators As of March 2020 As of April 2020 Single-Family Housing Starts (000s) 1,037 856 Multifamily Housing Permits (000s) 527 360 Initial Jobless Claims (Monthly Totals) 9.3M 11.2M Insured Unemployment Rate (NSA) 1.4% 11.3% Unemployment 3.5% 4.4% Construction Unemployment 5.2% 6.9% This slide is 100% editable. Adapt it to your needs and capture your audience's attention. › Add text here
  13. 13. Table of Contents for Coronavirus Impact Assessment & Mitigation Strategies in Construction & Real Estate Industry 13 › How is COVID-19 Affecting Housing Market Into Social Distancing? › Ways To Market Real Estate Deal While Social Distancing Assess the impacts based on the following risks- Risk 1: Disruption Due to Social Distancing
  14. 14. How is COVID-19 Affecting Housing Market Into Social Distancing? 14 This slide covers how pandemic is affecting the real estate and construction companies and why is it important to maintain social distancing. Home-Buying Demand Listing Demand First – Tour Customers New Listings Nationwide 2019 -33% 2020 87,219 58,366 Key Insights Due to pandemic, sales has been decreased by 42% as compared to 2019 30% people have started demanding video tours instead of visiting the place New listings are down by 33% Add text here Add text here This week 2019 This week 2020 This slide is 100% editable. Adapt it to your needs and capture your audience's attention.
  15. 15. Ways to Market Real Estate Deal While Social Distancing 15 This slide covers the 3 main ways in which real estate can be marketed while focusing on social distancing such as offering virtual tours, delivering useful content, leveraging automation, etc. Overall Weighted Performance › Self-isolation & social distancing results to cancellation of many open houses & home tours around US › Real estate agents can provide digital experience to potential homebuyers › Agents can market their houses through many social platforms like google hangouts, Facebook, YouTube live, etc. Offer Virtual Tours & Open Houses › By sharing impact of pandemic on U.S. real estate industry with clients and followers › Impact the community by creating valuable posts and sharing them with people › Add text here › Add text here Deliver Useful Content that is easy to Share › By creating various ad campaigns for the clients and working on lead generation tactics › By automating posts on social media platforms and utilize time to focus on customer needs › Add text here › Add text here Leverage Automation This slide is 100% editable. Adapt it to your needs and capture your audience's attention.
  16. 16. Table of Contents for Coronavirus Impact Assessment & Mitigation Strategies in Construction & Real Estate Industry 16 › Impact of COVID on Real Estate and Construction Employee Productivity › Increase in Unemployment by Countries’ Income Group › ILO’s Four-Pillar Policy Framework Assess the impacts based on the following risks- Risk 2: Plummeting Employee Productivity
  17. 17. Impact of COVID on Real Estate and Construction Employee Productivity 17 This slide covers the impact of coronavirus pandemic on real estate and construction workers and their productivity. 01 03 05 02 04 06 More than 30% construction workers are staying away from work sites due to fear of coronavirus infection Most of the sites are running at just half of the usual run rate and keeping workers’ attendance at less than 70% Most developers have delayed projects due to covid-19 and they might face cost escalation besides heavy penalties in case of further delays Around 20,000 ongoing projects across the country, and construction work is being undertaken in around 18,000 sites, which involves about 8.5 million construction workers Loss of daily wages for workers though some labour contractors are providing minimum weekly allowance to fulfil workers’ immediate needs Refugees and migrant workers are facing lot of issues, and those working in construction, manufacturing and agriculture This slide is 100% editable. Adapt it to your needs and capture your audience's attention.
  18. 18. Increase in Unemployment by Countries’ Income Group 18 This slide covers the unemployed people in lower middle, upper middle and high income countries along with estimates upper and lower bounds. 0.7 1.7 2.9 1.5 4.1 7.4 2.8 7.4 14.6 0 2 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 Millions of Unemployed People Key Insights Pandemic has lead to travel restrictions and weak safeguards against the employees which leads to high job loss The upper bound for unemployed people in lower middle income countries is to 2.8 million On the contrary the lower bound for unemployed people in high income countries is approx. 7 million This slide is 100% editable. Adapt it to your needs and capture your audience's attention. Lower middle income countries Upper middle income countries High income countries Estimate Upper Bound Lower Bound Error Bounds Low Mid High Low Mid High Low Mid High
  19. 19. ILO’s Four-Pillar Policy Framework 19 This slide covers the 4 pillars offered by international labor organization based on international labor standards, for tackling socio-economic impact of COVID-19 crisis. Stimulating the Economy & Employment › Active fiscal policy › Accommodative monetary policy › Add text here Protecting Workers in the Workplace › Strengthen occupational safety & health measures › Prevent discrimination & exclusion › Provide access to health for all › Expand access to paid leave › Add text here Supporting Enterprises, Jobs & Incomes › Provide various types of relief, including financial & tax relief, for enterprises › Implement employment retention measures › Add text here Relying on Social Dialogue for Solutions › Strengthen the capacity & resilience of employers’ & workers’ organizations › Strengthen the capacity of governments › Add text here 04 01 03 02 Pillar This slide is 100% editable. Adapt it to your needs and capture your audience's attention.
  20. 20. Table of Contents for Coronavirus Impact Assessment & Mitigation Strategies in Construction & Real Estate Industry 20 › Coronavirus Hits Global Supply Chain › Impact of COVID-19 on Construction Supply Chain › Steps Considered to Analyze Supply Chain During Pandemic Assess the impacts based on the following risks- Risk 3: Stressed Supply Chains
  21. 21. Coronavirus Hits Global Supply Chain 21 This slide covers the all import share of intermediate products from china and worldwide disruption in supply chain due to COVID. Key Insights 10 15 20 25 30 35% None More than 30% of the materials are supplied from china to USA. 01 Coronavirus impact on suppliers located in affected areas will further increases the cost, scheduling and shipping delays due to lockdown 02 Add text here 04 Add text here 03 This slide is 100% editable. Adapt it to your needs and capture your audience's attention.
  22. 22. Commodity Status Lead Time Price Comments Cast Iron Consistent Consistent No disruption – major foundries operational Ceiling/Acoustic Consistent Consistent No disruption Concrete Consistent Consistent No disruption – subject to local conditions Drywall Consistent Consistent No disruption Flooring – Domestic Consistent Consistent No disruption Flooring – Imported Delayed Consistent Watch out – Italy title Furniture – Domestic Delayed Consistent Watch out – Gunlocke, Herman Miller & Haworth reduced capacities Furniture – Imported Delayed Consistent Watch out – China parts (casters, handle, Knobs, etc.) Glass – Domestic Consistent Consistent No disruption Glass – Imported Delayed Consistent Watch out – sporadic temporary plant closures HVAC/MEP – Domestic Consistent Decreasing Watch out – switchgear, CAT delays HVAC/MEP – Imported Delayed Consistent Watch out – Mexicali shutdown, Germany, Croatia, China delays Lighting - Imported Impact Unclear Consistent Watch out – China, Mexico, Ballasts appear to be delayed Plumbing Fixtures Imported Delayed Consistent Watch out – Kohler commercial, Monterrey plant closure through May Process Equipment – Imported Delayed Consistent Watch out – Germany PPE/C19 – Related Equipment Consistent Decreasing Spiked prices decreasing availability improving Pipe, Valves & Fittings Consistent Consistent No disruption – slight decrease in distributor inventory levels Rebar Consistent Decreasing Weakening demand, increased capacity Stainless Pipe & Fittings Consistent Consistent No disruption Steel - Domestic Consistent Decreasing Weakening demand , increased capacity Steel - Imported Impact Unclear Impact Unclear Watch out – weakening demand Impact of COVID-19 on Construction Supply Chain 22 This slide covers the construction supply chain details during COVID 19 which focuses on commodity, status, lead time, price and comments. This slide is 100% editable. Adapt it to your needs and capture your audience's attention.
  23. 23. Steps Considered to Analyze Supply Chain During Pandemic 23 This slide covers the steps which must be considered by construction company to solve the supply chain disruptions. 01 › Determining the impact on project timelines › Add Text Here › Add Text Here 04 › Contacting the key suppliers and third parties and reach them for any issue as soon as possible so that the company can begin the process immediately once the issues are being resolved 02 › Diversifying the vendors for materials to ensure a steady cadence and continuous flow of products and services 05 › Add Text Here › Add Text Here › Add Text Here › Add Text Here › Add Text Here 03 › Finding out the crucial relationships with the suppliers. To understand the project, by the finance team and employees working at home 06 › Add Text Here › Add Text Here › Add Text Here › Add Text Here › Add Text Here This slide is 100% editable. Adapt it to your needs and capture your audience's attention.
  24. 24. Table of Contents for Coronavirus Impact Assessment & Mitigation Strategies in Construction & Real Estate Industry 24 › How Real Estate Industry is Impacted by COVID Crisis › US Construction Employment Growth › Risk of Investing in Real Estate and Construction Industry Assess the impacts based on the following risks- Risk 4: Recession, Unemployment and Investment Pull-back
  25. 25. How Real Estate Industry is Impacted by COVID Crisis 25 This slide covers the impact of pandemic on real estate and construction company for project delivery, project launch, infrastructure, home buyers, construction labor, etc. Project Delivery › Developers are unable to deliver the housing projects on time due to pandemic and total lockdown › Add Text Here › Add Text Here Home Buyers › Due to severe economic issues, customers wont invest in real estate for quite some time › Add Text Here › Add Text Here Project Launches › The construction companies and developers are focusing on digital launches instead of physical launch of the projects › Add Text Here › Add Text Here Construction Labor › Daily wage earners who are dependent on the construction sector for their livelihoods, could be rendered jobless › Add Text Here › Add Text Here Infrastructure › Execution of infrastructure projects are hindered due to COVID outbreak › Add Text Here › Add Text Here
  26. 26. March 2020 February 2020 March 2019 1-Month Net Change 12-Month Net Change 12-Month % Change Employment Construction 7,605,000 7,634,000 7,443,000 -29,000 162,000 2.2% Nonresidential 4,641,900 4,666,500 4,550,900 -24,600 91,000 2.0% Nonresidential Building 836,100 846,800 837,700 -10,700 -1,600 -0.2% Nonresidential Specialty Trade Contractors 2,721,400 2,725,100 2,642,600 -3,700 78,800 3.0% Heavy & Civil Engineering 1,084,400 1,094,600 1,070,600 -10,200 13,800 1.3% Residential 2,963,100 2,967,400 2,891,600 -4,300 71,500 2.5% Residential Building 844,000 841,800 817,000 2,200 27,000 3.3% Residential Specialty Trade Contractors 2,119,100 2,125,600 2,074,600 -6,500 44,500 2.1% Average Hourly Earnings All private Industries $28.62 $28.51 $27.76 $0.11 $0.86 3.1% Construction $31.31 $31.30 $30.50 $0.01 $0.81 2.7% Average Weekly Hours All private Industries 34.2 34.4 34.5 -0.2 -0.3 -0.9% Construction 39.1 39.4 39.4 -0.3 -0.3 -0.8% US Construction Employment Growth 1/2 26 This table shows the construction employment growth comparison from year 2019 to year 2020 based on percentage change in the growth. This slide is 100% editable. Adapt it to your needs and capture your audience's attention.
  27. 27. US Construction Employment Growth 2/2 27 This graph shows the construction employment growth comparison from year 2019 to year 2020 based on the percentage change in growth. 2.10% 3.30% 2.50% 1.30% 3.00% -0.20% 2.00% 2.20% -1.0% 4.0% Residential STC Residental Building Residential** Heavy & Civil Engineering Nonresidential STC Nonresidential Building Nonresidential* Construction 12 Month % change in March 2019 & March 2020 Key Insights Construction unemployment rate was 6.9% in march Decline in construction industry employment has been declined by 29,000 in march Non-residential construction employment has been declined by 26,000 in march This slide is 100% editable. Adapt it to your needs and capture your audience's attention.
  28. 28. Risk of Investing in Real Estate and Construction Industry 28 This graph shows the risks of investing in real estate industry on various commercial properties in the US. -11% -13% -16% -18% -19% -19% -23% -23% -24% -28% -29% -30% -35% -36% -38% -49% Data Center Cell Tower Self Storage Medical Office Single-family Rentals Life Science Apartment Office Ship Center Manufactured Homes Malls Student Housing Gaming Lodging Skilled Nursing Senior Housing Coronavirus slashes commercial property values by 24% Senior housing prices have decreased by 49% and nursing properties by 38% Add text here Key Insights
  29. 29. Table of Contents for Coronavirus Impact Assessment & Mitigation Strategies in Construction & Real Estate Industry 29 › COVID Short and Mid Term Impact on Real Estate Industry › Policy Response Summary For Different Economies › Coronavirus Risks Civil Unrest Backlash in US Real Estate Market Assess the impacts based on the following risks- Risk 5: Economic Instability and Civil Unrest
  30. 30. COVID Short and Mid Term Impact on Real Estate Industry 30 This infographic shows the short and mid term impact on real estate industry due to economic slowdown worldwide. Price growth has declined since sales has fallen down due to COVID Increased usage of digital medium for house hunting, project shortlisting; cheaper home loans Due to high liquidity scarcity, profit margin will dip more Home Buyers Builders Housing Sector Short-term impact to be visible especially on co-working & co- living space Mall Operators Profit-margins of mall operators to fall in short term amid nationwide lockdown Due to remote working area, office occupancy will decline Co-living Commercial Sector This slide is 100% editable. Adapt it to your needs and capture your audience's attention.
  31. 31. Policy Response Summary for Different Economies 31 This table shows the pandemic response, fiscal response and monetary response of US, UK, India and China over COVID. Pandemic Response Fiscal Response Monetary Response U.S. › No national lockdown but US population is currently ‘shelter in place’ by state mandate. › Non-US citizens or residents who have been to China, Iran and some EU countries in the previous 14 days are banned. › Borders closed with Canada and Mexico. › Supports households, businesses and governments. › US$2.8 tn package (10% of GDP) which includes: › US$850 billion in loans › US$838 bn in fiscal stabilizers › US$652 bn in tax deferments › US$480 bn in direct spending › Cutting interest rates to zero › unlimited asset purchases › providing liquidity of roughly US$500 bn in total. U.K. › Nationwide lockdown. › No international travel for an indefinite period › Support to businesses via emergency loans (£300 bn) › tax cuts and grants (£20 bn) › £7 bn emergency spending to support households, businesses, and local governments › Policy rate cut and expansion of quantitative easing program by £200 bn. › Provision of credit to businesses, particularly small and medium-sized firms (approx. £100 bn) India › Travel bans and mandatory quarantines for incoming passengers. › All domestic flights stopped. Country-wide lockdown › US$22.6 bn package with food aid and direct cash transfers to low-income households › Medical insurance for front-line health workers. › US$4 bn in foreign exchange swaps announced. › US$13.5 bn in long-term repo operations › Policy rate cuts › US$50 bn liquidity injection China › Lockdown of nearly 60 million people across Hubei. › Suspended entry of foreigners. › Restrictions on movement between Chinese provinces › Fiscal policy investment of up to 6% of GDP. › 50% interest subsidy to firms impacted by outbreak › Multiple central bank rate cuts. › ¥800 bn refinancing provided to banks to lend to large corporations. › ¥350 bn special credit quotas to private and small firms C o u n t r y This slide is 100% editable. Adapt it to your needs and capture your audience's attention.
  32. 32. Coronavirus Risks Civil Unrest Backlash in US Real Estate Market 32 This slide covers the affect of COVID on different buyers such as first time homebuyers, move up buyers, luxury buyers and real estate community in the US. First time homebuyers are highly affected since they have hourly wage and very less savings for down payment. Such a crisis may affect them drastically due to loss of job and very less earnings Small business owners are hit hard by the closures due to reduced working hours and short lay offs First time homebuyers will unable to move due to coronavirus economic impact and affecting housing stocks by investors Move up buyers, people who are willing to pay $3,00,000 to $7,50,000. Such houses get 3 to 8 multiple bids and changes are very high that the other person might buy it till the time the other one is still thinking Luxury buyers are willing to buy houses above $1 million, such people have lots of investment in stocks and in such a market crunch it is not easy for them to withdraw assets in the market and buy a house
  33. 33. Table of Contents for Coronavirus Impact Assessment & Mitigation Strategies in Construction & Real Estate Industry 33 › Coronavirus Impact Matrix of Different Industries › Construction Business Risk Analysis Matrix › Coronavirus Impact Assessment on Construction Business How Risks are Mitigated Business Impact Analysis
  34. 34. Coronavirus Impact Matrix of Different Industries 34 This slide covers the coronavirus impact matrix analysis on different industries such as pharma, financial, construction, retail, travel, etc. Profitability Impact 2020 Short-Term Liquidity Impact Low High High Low Your Text Here Hub Model Your Text Here Hub Model Your Text Here Hub Model Your Text Here Hub Model Retail (excl. FMCG) Oil & Gas Financial Services Tourism & Travel Airlines Pharma & Medtech Mechanical Engineering Automotive Logistics Construction This slide is 100% editable. Adapt it to your needs and capture your audience's attention.
  35. 35. Construction Business Risk Analysis Matrix 35 This slide covers the construction business risk analysis matrix along with property types and risk activities involved. Rental Growth Vacancy Level Capital Availability Cost of Capital Transaction Activity Office Retail Industrial Multifamily Hospitality Mixed-Use Nontraditional Very Favorable Somewhat Favorable Neutral Somewhat Unfavorable Very Unfavorable Property Type This slide is 100% editable. Adapt it to your needs and capture your audience's attention.
  36. 36. Coronavirus Impact Assessment on Construction Business 36 This slide covers the impact assessment on construction business along with impact on demand, supply, pricing outlook, etc. Sectors Impact on Demand Q1’20 Spend Growth relative to Global GDP Growth Impact on Supply Supply Bottlenecks Short-term Pricing Outlook Constructing & Building Decline Inferior Reduced High Decline Automation & Control Growth At Par Improved Medium Stable Add text here Decline Inferior Reduced High Decline Global GDP Growth Category Growth Global GDP Growth Category Growth Global GDP Growth Category Growth This slide is 100% editable. Adapt it to your needs and capture your audience's attention.
  37. 37. Table of Contents for Coronavirus Impact Assessment & Mitigation Strategies in Construction & Real Estate Industry 37 › Construction Readiness Assessment Model › Construction and Real Estate Business Risk Assessment How Risks are Mitigated Risk Readiness Assessments
  38. 38. Construction Readiness Assessment Model 38 This slide covers the construction readiness assessment model which focuses on severity of impact and commonality of occurrences. 2.5 3 3.5 4 4.5 2.5 3 3.5 4 4.5 Commonality of Occurrences Severity of Impact Craft Turnover Safety Issues Poor Morale Claims Reputational Damage Missed Scope Add Text Here Add text Here Out-of-Sequence Work Rework Cost Overruns Schedule Slippage Add Text Here This slide is 100% editable. Adapt it to your needs and capture your audience's attention.
  39. 39. Construction and Real Estate Business Risk Assessment 39 This slide covers the construction business risk analysis which focuses on designing risk, time risk, and budget risk along with different risk assessment. Lp. The Main of Risks Owner of Risk Reason/ Cause Effect Probability Impact Level of Risk Risk Response Strategy Cost of Strategy Designing Risk 1. Lack of acceptance by investor of design proposals Investor Delays in approval Increase in costs due to the suspension of work of the design team 5-45% 50K-450K Low Market observation, alternative designing solutions 0 2. Delay & difficulties in obtaining opinions & permits Investor Delay of designing work, unknown scope of design Add text here 5-45% 50K-2M Medium Earlier diagnosis of the situation in local authorities offices, organization of meetings preceding designing process 50K 3. Conflict among designing team members Designer Office Insufficient flow of information among team members Disturbed designing process 0-6% 50K-480K Low Response of a team leader to all form of conflicts – mediation in a team 20K 4. Too optimistic assessment of employee workload Designer Office Add text here Delay of designing work 5-45% 50K-490K Low Add text here 120K 5. Incorrect information from invest on lack of clear guidelines Investor Design may be issued with duplicate error or detected error can generate timing constrains Verification of errors will increase costs & increase time due to the development of the next revision of design 40-75% 2-4.5M High Application to investor for extension of time to complete a design due to additional circumstances 20K 6. Staff do not have sufficient knowledge about the subject of design Designer Office Errors in design Add text here 5-45% 2-4.9M Medium Add text here 65K Time Risk 7. Acceptance of unrealistic deadlines in contract Designer office Faulty contractual provisions Deterioration of design quality of failure to meet the deadline 40-80% 2-4.9M High Employment of new employees or ordering part of work to another party during a contract 110K Budget Risk 8. Underestimation of design budget Investor Budget may not be sufficient to carry out designing tasks Deterioration of design quality 40-65% 2-4.9M High Limiting scope of design to necessary minimum 45K Risk Assessment This slide is 100% editable. Adapt it to your needs and capture your audience's attention.
  40. 40. Table of Contents for Coronavirus Impact Assessment & Mitigation Strategies in Construction & Real Estate Industry 40 › Risk Management Tool for Construction and Real Estate › Risks Mitigation Strategies for Construction Project How Risks are Mitigated Risk Management Plans
  41. 41. Risk Management Tool for Construction and Real Estate 41 This slide covers the risk management tool for construction and real estate business along with timeframe, impact, risk probability, mitigate risks, etc. This slide is 100% editable. Adapt it to your needs and capture your audience's attention. Risk No. Related Risk Risk Timeframe Start Timeframe End I Po(%) R Manage/Mitigate 1. 4 If construction isn’t completed by 30th Sep, then Company will lose $8M 30 Jan 2020 28 Sep 2020 C 60% H Use existing task order construction plan to assure the construction is completed before 30 Sep 2. N/A If latest commercial technology won’t be used then operational availability cannot be met 28 Feb 2019 28 Feb 2020 S 100% H Limit buy for first release & plan technology insertion for improved environmental performance for second release 3. 4 Add text here 30 Jan 2020 30 Oct 2020 S 90% M Add text here 4. 1,3 Add text here 15 Feb 2019 15 Apr 2021 C 60% H Add text here 5. 1 Add text here 30 Jan 2020 30 Jul 2021 S 40% M Add text here C Catastrophic S Severe H High M Medium
  42. 42. Risks Mitigation Strategies for Construction Project 42 This slide covers the risk mitigation strategies for construction and real estate project based on risk type, risk identification. Risk Identification Mitigation Strategies Construction Engineering Risk › Use of appropriate contracting mechanism & two stage competitive bidding process › Clear definition of performance & quality like road roughness index, deterioration levels, geometrics etc. Land Acquisition & Environmental Clearance Risk › Government support › Supporting framework under construction act Maintenance Road Quality Deterioration › Defining performance measures & periodic evaluation of road quality › Incentivizing engineering contractors for road building & maintenance Financing Add Text Here › Financing support & commitment from government › Corporate finance structure enabled efficient routing of funds Operational Tolling Risk › Use of integrated technology like bar coded passes, video cameras & security patrolling to prevent pilferage Timely Toll Revision Notification by The Government › Traffic growth beyond projections compensated for the loss of revenues from failure of toll revision notification from the government Risk Type This slide is 100% editable. Adapt it to your needs and capture your audience's attention.
  43. 43. Table of Contents for Coronavirus Impact Assessment & Mitigation Strategies in Construction & Real Estate Industry 43 › Major Actions Required for COVID Recovery in Construction Sector › Action Plan Across Real Estate and Construction Business › Applying Hierarchy of Controls for COVID-19 How Risks are Mitigated Business Continuity Plans
  44. 44. Major Actions Required for COVID Recovery in Construction 44 This slide covers the actions which must be considered for business recovery suffered from COVID in real estate and construction sector. Put People Safety First › Initiate or expand flexible work arrangement › Provide infection protections for on site workers › Add text here › Add text here Communicate with Stakeholders › Keep customers apprised of impacts to product or service delivery › Develop communications plans that balance caution with a business-as-usual mindset › Review terms & conditions on loans & contracts with creditors & investors › Add text here Reshape Strategy to Maintain Business Continuity › Evaluate short-term liquidity › Assess financial & operational risks & respond quickly › Consider alternative supply chain options › Monitor domestic & foreign government initiatives of support Build Resilience & Prepare for Recovery › Execute revised strategies & continue to monitor the situation › Make decisions & take actions during the crisis with recovery in mind › Reset business assumptions that underpin the supply chain › Add text here This slide is 100% editable. Adapt it to your needs and capture your audience's attention.
  45. 45. Action Plan Across Real Estate and Construction Business 45 This slide covers the action plan across 5 stages such as resolve, resilience, return, reimagination, and reform. Resolve Address the immediate challenges that COVID-19 represents to institution’s workforce, customers, technology, & business partners Resilience Focusing on near term cash management challenges and issues faced by the company due to lockdown and economic shutdown Return Create detailed business plan to return to business operations and handle COVID 19 situation Reimagination Company will focus on discontinuous shift & implications for construction and real estate will be reinvented Reform Be clear about how regulatory & competitive environments in industry may shift This slide is 100% editable. Adapt it to your needs and capture your audience's attention.
  46. 46. Applying Hierarchy of Controls for COVID-19 46 This slide covers the hierarchy which must be controlled in construction and real estate industry such as elimination, substitution, engineering controls, administrative controls, and PPE. Elimination Substitution Engineering Controls Administrative Control PPE Social Isolation (Not Applicable) Ventilation, Physical Barriers Work from Home, Stager Schedules, Hand Hygiene Masks, Respirators, Gloves Most Effective Least Effective This slide is 100% editable. Adapt it to your needs and capture your audience's attention.
  47. 47. Table of Contents for Coronavirus Impact Assessment & Mitigation Strategies in Construction & Real Estate Industry 47 › Policies Implied on Real Estate Post COVID 19 How Risks are Mitigated Policy Management
  48. 48. Policies Implied on Real Estate Post COVID 19 This slide covers the policies which must be implied on real estate and construction company post COVID 19. 48 Using online tools to design, build, operate the buildings. Virtual site visits help control infection on project sites Online real estate purchasing will be done which will even allow the documents to be signed electronically. This will speed up the process of buying and selling People will communicate through virtual reality platforms which will maintain the both psychological and physical well being Supply chain revaluation will affect the warehousing and retail facilities since companies will need to rely more on local suppliers and hence it will boom the local suppliers Since migration of the cities has minimized, thus it will slow the tide of urbanization The new structure will be created based on the changing housing needs. Add text here Add text here This slide is 100% editable. Adapt it to your needs and capture your audience's attention.
  49. 49. Table of Contents for Coronavirus Impact Assessment & Mitigation Strategies in Construction & Real Estate Industry 49 › Managing Commercial Office Spaces › Steps Required for Incidents Management in Real Estate How Risks are Mitigated Incident Management
  50. 50. Managing Commercial Office Spaces 50 This slide covers the steps to be considered to manage the workplaces based on panel shaped, L or U shaped sitting area. Higher glass is good! Add this or increase panel height on shorter panels as well Remove tool rail & office supply holders & replace with a hard surface tile Add sanitation coddies/stands for personal use – wipes, hand sanitizer Replace Exterior fabric panels with laminate, mental or closed pore venner tiles Add panel or screen to end of the desk in laminate/hard surface, or cleanable fabric Add a drawer to hold keyboard & mouse for when station is not in use A B If the workstation has: A Panel based B L & U shaped This slide is 100% editable. Adapt it to your needs and capture your audience's attention.
  51. 51. Steps Required for Incidents Management in Real Estate 51 This slide covers the steps required to manage the incidents in real estate such as introducing IT, screening & sensors, etc. Screening and Sensors Thermal cameras will be installed in lobbies for temperature control and monitoring Sensors and Apps will be activated to unlock the doors No touch elevator controls will be considered Vestibules and revolving doors operated by sensors Information Technology Using nanotechnologies for bacterial cleaning of frequently used items Avoiding the keyboard and mouse usage in conference rooms to avoid cross contamination Using virtual reality to give real estate tour without physical presence Cloud based access controls This slide is 100% editable. Adapt it to your needs and capture your audience's attention.
  52. 52. Table of Contents for Coronavirus Impact Assessment & Mitigation Strategies in Construction & Real Estate Industry 52 › Impact of COVID 19 Overtime in Construction SMBs › Commercial Real Estate Industry Over Next 18 Months › Challenges Faced by CRE Industry due to Coronavirus › How to Improve Tenant and End-User Experience in Real Estate Risk Maturity Model Survey Questionnaire
  53. 53. Impact of COVID on construction business till date Expectation of business growth over next 6 months due to COVID Impact of COVID 19 Overtime in Construction SMBs 53 This slide covers the impact of Coronavirus till date and upcoming 6 months on construction and real estate business. Key Insights Approx. 77% SMBs indicated moderate to severe negative impact due to COVID 19 50% businesses expect that condition will get worsen over next six months of the crisis Add text here Extremely Negative Add text here Moderately Negative Slightly Negative Add text here 12% 11% 28% 22% 27% Improve Significantly Improve Somewhat Worsen Significantly Remain the same Worsen Somewhat 15% 35% 28% 15% 8% This slide is 100% editable. Adapt it to your needs and capture your audience's attention.
  54. 54. Commercial Real Estate Industry Over Next 18 Months 54 This pie chart covers the people’s view on performance of real estate industry over next 18 months. How optimistic people are for performance of commercial real estate industry over next 1.5 years? 15% 61% 14% 10% Very Organic Somewhat Optimistic Neutral Somewhat Pessimistic Very Pessimistic Key Insights: 61% of people thinks that commercial real estate industry will become optimistic in coming 1.5 year 14% people are neutral Add text here This slide is 100% editable. Adapt it to your needs and capture your audience's attention.
  55. 55. Challenges Faced by CRE Industry due to Coronavirus 55 This graph shows the major challenges faced by commercial real estate industry due to COVID 19 crises. 27% 26% 22% 28% 23% 31% 20% 37% Geopolitical Risk Climate Change Risk Risk of Global Operations & Sourching Portfolio Investment Risk Lack of Availability of Quality data to make Timely Decision Tenant Risk, such as Industry Concentration Geopgraphic Market Risk Financing or Interest Rate Risk Which are the greatest challenges faced by commercial real estate industry due to coronavirus ? This slide is 100% editable. Adapt it to your needs and capture your audience's attention.
  56. 56. How to Improve Tenant and End-User Experience in Real 56 This graph shows the features which must be used to improve the experience of real estate customers. Apps must be introduced to provide building information, property management, etc. Key Insights 60% customers feel that they have a better experience using security based entry apps Add text 53% 56% 59% 60% Directions to neighborhood amenities & points of interest Property management & emergency contact information Building information, such as the building's environmental impact or sustainability effort Security/app-based entry into relevant areas Top features cited by respondents as important to improving experience This slide is 100% editable. Adapt it to your needs and capture your audience's attention.
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