An institutional construction project requires the expertise of architects, engineers, contractors, construction workers, carpenters, welders, electricians, plumbers, and other construction-related professionals. However, since institutional buildings can vary significantly in terms of function, structure, and design, many of these professionals need to have extensive experience and specialized knowledge in designing or constructing the particular type of structure.

Some of the latest trends impacting the institutional construction sector include the availability of new building materials, 3D printing, data-driven decision-making, and the concept-to-completion approach. While these advancements can help institutional builders increase productivity, reduce construction spending, and create higher-quality structures, they may pose new challenges, such as shortages of skilled workers, technology adaption, sustainability concerns, and compliance with new regulations.