Housebuilding remained the main driver of rising activity levels, but there was also a slight rebound in commercial activity following a five-month run of decline. The trend was underpinned by a solid upturn in new work, following a period of sustained decline over the summer.
Tim Moore, Senior Economist at IHS Markit and author of the Markit/CIPS Construction PMI, said: “UK construction companies experienced a steady recovery in business activity during November, which continues the rebound from the downturn seen over the third quarter of 2016.
“The brighter picture reflected another solid contribution from residential building and renewed growth in commercial work, which some companies linked to a resumption of projects that had been delayed after the Brexit vote.’’
Many construction businesses are still finding it difficult to source the right skills for their vacancies. This is having a detrimental impact on their projects and some are turning work down because of it.
Kalcrest Site Services have worked exclusively in construction recruitment for more than a decade, so have the advantage of an extensive database of qualified and experienced workers. This allows us to help ease the difficulties our clients face in finding the right skills for projects by supplying reference-checked site workers for short or long-term assignments.
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