Is It Worth Getting Labour Hire Workers for Your Construction Project?

Construction is a fast-moving industry in New Zealand, and it is one of the sectors that are most closely linked with the country’s growth.

New Zealand architecture and landscape

If you are currently heading a construction project, then , for the most part, you are on the receiving end of good news: About a quarter of New Zealand’s employment growth in 2020 will be in your sector, and construction opportunities will be rife in the wake of a strong population growth and continuing post-earthquake reconstruction efforts in the Canterbury Region, particularly in Christchurch and Kaikoura.

The question is, is your current labour model suited to your project’s individual needs?…

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An Introduction To Fabric Covered Buildings

The term “fabric building” may produce a myriad of different images. Some people may think about tents, others may think about fabric carports, and others may think about large event structures. Still, others may have any number of other visions.

Large fabric building

Regardless, the fact is that there are many different types of fabric buildings. Some are relatively small such as carports and small tents. Others are incredibly large. These are used for many different things such as large events, concerts, and even barns.

There are different types of frames, different types of fabric, and different shapes to choose from based on your specific needs.…

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4 Risks All Workers Are Most Frequently Exposed to Working in Construction

America’s landscape is changing. While natural disasters are partially responsible for the transformations taking place, manmade alterations are primary factors here as well. New homes and commercial buildings are continually going up across the nation. Though progress is necessary, it often comes at a price for those on the ground fostering those construction projects.

4 common dangers faced by construction workers in Philly

Looking at the Numbers

According to a 2016 report from OSHA, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration, more than 20 percent of that year’s private-sector worker fatalities occurred in the construction industry. In other words, about one in five work-related deaths was the result of a construction site hazard during that year.…

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Why Bigger Can Be Better When Choosing a Surveying Company

There are times in life when you might want to work with an individual – such as an artisan baker or dressmaker – but choosing a surveying company is generally not one of those times.

A good number of talented individuals and small surveying firms are out there and quite capable of doing the job, but generally speaking, bigger is better for several reasons.

Surveying construction worker

We spoke to an established Liverpool based surveying company City Surveys & Monitoring Ltd to find out just why a bigger company, can provide more efficient results.

It’s a matter of scalability and resilience – if an individual falls ill or a piece of equipment breaks, a larger firm is in a better position to replace them quickly and keep your project on track.…

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