Construction Companies Seeking Reform Of Public Sector Contracts

The Ukraine conflict has to led to a disruption in supply chains.

Nine out of ten construction companies are looking for the government to reform public sector contracts within the industry.

This comes as the industry will not work for fixed price contracts as due to the increase in prices of raw materials.

A new construction survey out today shows the Ukraine conflict has led to a disruption to the supply chains.

Director General of the Construction Industry Federation, Offaly's Tom Parlon is concerned:

The Coolderry man is also encouraging more women to join the construction industry.

Three out of four companies in the sector are expecting to increase their employment levels in the next three months, despite the increasing cost of raw materials.

Mr. Parlon says there is a shortage in skilled labour:

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