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Celebrating Women in Construction for International Women’s Day

Celebrating Women in Construction for International Women’s Day

The construction industry, traditionally dominated by men, is undergoing an important transformation. This evolution is marked by the increasing participation of women, who bring diverse skills, perspectives, and innovation to the field. Celebrating women in construction is not just about acknowledging their presence in the

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ITS Construction Annual Awards Evening: Celebrating Our 50 Year Anniversary and Fundraising

ITS Construction Annual Awards Evening: Celebrating Our 50 Year Anniversary and Fundraising

ITS Construction proudly marked its 50th anniversary this year. Over five decades, we’ve dedicated ourselves to bolstering the construction industry by bridging the gap between skilled professionals and the right job opportunities. Our operations have been driven by an unwavering ethos rooted in integrity, teamwork,

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Why Diversity and Inclusion are Important to the Construction Industry

Why Diversity and Inclusion are Important to the Construction Industry

In today’s increasingly diverse and interconnected world, the importance of diversity and inclusion in every industry cannot be overstated. The construction industry, traditionally seen as a homogeneous and male-dominated field, is no exception. As we move forward, it becomes crucial to understand why diversity and

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Celebrating 50 Years with a £50,000 Fundraiser for Sue Ryder

Celebrating 50 Years with a £50,000 Fundraiser for Sue Ryder

Since 1973, ITS Building People has been a specialist recruitment partner supporting the UK's construction industry. We’ve worked tirelessly with main contractors, developers, and sub-contractors across all sectors in the built environment, supplying trades and labour, as well as professional construction staff on both temporary