Hertfordshire Construction recruitment agency listing
Hertfordshire is home to a number of household names in the construction industry. Whether a labourer, tradesman, architect, engineer or surveyor, some of the world’s leading businesses can be found in this region, offering job applicants a range of opportunities.
Employers of Construction staff in Hertfordshire
Construction firm Skanska, which employs 4,000 staff in the UK and generated turnover of £1.16 billion in 2012, has its head office in Rickmansworth; leading UK building and civil engineering company Sir Robert McAlpine, which worked on the O2 Arena, Emirates Stadium, Eden Project and the Olympic Stadium, has its Plant Department in Hemel Hempstead; and utilities and service provider McNicholas has its head office in Elstree. While these organisations target multi-million pound contracts, there are also a number of small and medium-sized enterprises working on residential and commercial projects through which employment opportunities may also arise. As construction jobs tend to follow demand, it isn’t unusual for those working in Hertfordshire to travel as far as London and other home counties in order to secure work.
Local Construction salaries
Wages in the construction industry can vary hugely depending on qualifications and experience, from shift-working labourers on minimum wage to CEOs of multinational construction corporations on millions every year. But due to the number of large organisations in Hertfordshire, it is a county in which recruitment agencies advertise for a large number of mid-level and senior jobs. Medium pay grades within the industry can be found at around £34,000 while more senior jobs typically pay in the region of £57,500.
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43 Recruitment Agencies found in Hertfordshire in the Construction industry.
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