The construction industry is a diverse and evolving industry that includes activities ranging from ground level civils to infrastructure to residential new builds, modular builds and all the other sectors such as domestic / commercial refurbishment, shopfitting / commercial fit-out.
Need roles filled across the whole industry such as General Labourers Welfare Labourers, Skilled Labourers, Trade Labourers, Traffic Marshalls, Hoist Operators, Painters, Groundworkers, Steel fixers, Machine Operators, Forklift Drivers, Dryliners, Taper & Jointers, Plasterers, Ceramic Tilers, Carpenters, Shuttering Carpenters, Bricklayers, Multi-Traders, Electricians, Plumbers, Site Supervisors, Assistant Site Managers, Site Managers, Project Managers, Contract Managers, Estimators, Quantity Surveyors, Buyers, Commercial Managers, Construction Directors. We know you just want to come to one place for help!
Ian understands his market, including health & safety and the legislation that comes with it, having worked in the construction industry himself as a tradesman and as a logistics manager many moons ago. He has been on both sides of the fence so he understands the frustrations that can come with the job. This is why he will always empathize with others and go the extra mile because he really does care.
Ian has been recruiting and supporting the construction industry across the south east of England for many years. His specialism is the supply of labour trades and management at all levels; be it a general labourer for bob the builder to keep the site tidy, a groundworker to lay kerbs for a civils company, a carpenter to do 1st fix works on a new build or a site manager for a refurb / new build project for a multi- national.
Ian will always do his very best to find the right man or woman for the job. Having been in the industry for over 20 years he knows what questions to ask. Because he is so thorough in his approach Ian is on supply chains and PSLs that he has been on for over a decade. These relationships have been built on honesty transparency and trust and a willingness to always help.
The way Ian looks at things is he has a duty of care to his clients and the people he supports. So, he will always ask questions to get the right result.