Construction's wake-up call

Willock, Rob
October 2002
Contract Journal;10/2/2002, Vol. 415 Issue 6397, p56
Trade Publication
Focuses on several issues facing the construction industry in Great Britain as of October 2002. Issue of skilled staff shortage; Problems with the benefits received by construction managers; Reaction to the result of a survey on the industry in general.


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