Katie’s latest blog discusses how working freelance in construction and engineering doesn’t mean that career progression goes on hold.

“Construction Skill Shortages”. “Skill Crisis in Construction”. “Skill Shortage is Crippling the Construction Industry”. These are headlines in today’s press that we are all seeing on a regular basis. But how do we solve the current skill shortage throughout the construction industry in Scotland?

Contract Scotland Senior Consultants David Brunton & Jamie Porter enjoyed a day out in Edinburgh visiting what is to become one of the largest construction projects in the country, the new St James Quarter commercial development.

Another very interesting site visit today to see the Levenseat Waste to Energy facility near Lanark…

Myself and my colleague Steven Murray left the house nice and early to make our way up to Invergarry for a site visit to see a new Client on a Hydro Scheme…

Had a very productive morning visiting some candidates on a large wind farm project in Dumfries…

Despite the market showing a slow down within the Wind Farm Sector, we are still dealing with opportunities which are offering security and competitive hourly rates.

My name is Paul Fallon and I work in the freelance engineering section at Contract Scotland. My journey began in January 2015…

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