SkyBlue were tasked with supporting the project by supplying temporary labour on site to meet the needs of the construction plan so that the work was delivered on time and to budget.
The key objectives were;
➢ Finding temporary workers in the following disciplines, ground working, cable pulling and site engineering
➢ Drive health and safety culture on site amongst SkyBlue workers
➢ Provide a first class customer service to the site management team
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Midland Metropolitan Hospital
SkyBlue aimed to provide positive outcomes to residents in the local community through proactive engagement to raise awareness of the project and long term job opportunities on the site. To demonstrate our commitment to the project and the local area it serves SkyBlue recruited a specialist onsite recruitment consultant. Read more by downloading the Case Study
The Royal Liverpool Hospital is a £335m project which comprises of a new hospital, landscaping and demolition of the existing property. When completed in 2017 the hospital will be the largest in the UK and will incorporate provision for all single en-suite bedrooms for patients, improving privacy and dignity while helping to reduce infection risks.
Varied requirements across all build stages on the Library of Birmingham project
A variety of sub-contractors on the internationally recognised Library of Birmingham construction project required a range of skilled tradesmen at various tages of the build and often at short notice.
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SkyBlue workforce helps Carillion complete HMP Low Moss on time and on budget - SkyBlue supplys the necessary skilled and versatile workforce to complete the challenging build programme of the £116 million HMP Low Moss project.
The Square, Sheffield; SkyBlue intrinsic to the success of another Carillion venture - Award winning SkyBlue successfully contribute to another Carillion venture supplying a continuous stream of labour from the initial building stage to the National Support Centre that currently operates from the ‘The Square’ today.
SkyBlue Sources Local Labour for Nottingham Building Schools for Future Programme - SkyBlue Nottingham recruits local labour to work across all 13 sites for the 2010 Building Schools for Future (BSF) programme.
'SOA' Candidates for local Jobs - SkyBlue create local jobs for local people to embark on the new Birmingham Library Project.