Flexible working provisions have been shown to lead to a massive improvement in wellbeing among construction workers.
216,800 new construction workers will be required by 2025, according to a forecast by the Construction Skills Network (CSN).
A survey has revealed that 6 in 10 tradespeople have been approached by someone trying to sell second-hand tools which they suspected were stolen.
A labour supply specialist has announced the launch of a hard hat stocker scheme that aims to encourage construction workers to talk about diversity and mental health.
Major construction vehicle manufacturer JCB have applied for planning permission to create a £1.4m extension to their current R&D facilities.
JCB’s pothole fixing machine had a successful demonstration in Cumbria, fixing 56 potholes in a single five-hour shift.