Dragados to draft in foreign experts on Crossrail project

May 2011
Building Design;5/6/2011, Issue 1964, p11
Trade Publication
The article reports on the plan of Dragados SA, a Spanish construction firm, to draft in foreign specialist workers to work on the Crossrail project known as "C305" in Great Britain. It says that all site labour will be employed from within the country while some specialist high-level tunnelling expertise will be brought from the European offices. A Crpssrail spokesperson states the need to hire specialist from abroad due to limited in-country high-level tunnelling expertise of the country.


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