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Demand for Construction Staff Remains High

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Demand for Construction Staff Remains HighKPMG and the REC (Recruitment Employers Confederation) have issued a joint report on the state of recruitment in the construction industry, and it makes good reading if you work in the sector, less so if you’re struggling to find candidates for your company.Despite the rate of growth in construction “softening”, demand for skilled workers, from quantity surveyors to brick layers, remains very high.  The index for permanent workers

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cer Engineering Win PSL Staff Supply Agreement With Major Housing Developer

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cer Engineering Win PSL Staff Supply Agreement With Major Housing Developercer Engineering have recently agreed PSL terms with a major housing main contractor (turnover in the hundreds of millions a year bracket) in the South East.  The agreement covers the supply of permanent and contract staff across numerous disciplines, including (but not limited to)Quantity SurveyorsProject ManagersSite ManagersTrades People (Electricians, Gas Engineers, Carpenters, etc)EstimatorsThey are a specialist

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Schools – A Growth Engine for Construction Over the Next Few Years

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Schools – A Growth Engine for Construction Over the Next Few YearsConstruction within the education sector hasn’t been great for the last 5 years – the Department of Education, like many Government departments, has had to deal with budgets being slashed across the board.  That has led to chronic underinvestment on both new build and refurbishment projects.That, it seems, should be changing.  The Conservative manifesto pre-election promised to build 500 new schools. &n

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