Aggregate Industries Contracting focus on figures showing apprentices often earn more than many university graduates, plus trade apprenticeships in the road construction industry.
Three possible seismic changes to face UK construction will be discussed at this Friday’s (18th May) Guild of Architectural Ironmongers (GAI) Conference.
Aggregate Industries have responded to the fact the apprenticeship levy has come under scrutiny as ‘not being fit for purpose’, a year after implementation.
The managing director of NCTS, training specialist for the roofing industry, explains how educations and training can help with Brexit in PSB magazine.
A SCC Design Build survey of more than 11,000 industry leaders has suggested there is an air of caution in construction moving forward.
Specifying sound control products in construction can prove difficult, but Hush Acoustics have substantial experience to assist with this process, especially with economic conditions in place following the Brexit vote.
Hush Acoustics’ high quality soundproofing products and systems could be the answer to solving the issue of high noise levels that have come with the increase in homes having lower acoustic capabilities.