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26 Feb 2020 13:42
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  •   Home > News > Motoring

    It's hoped a long-term workforce plan will make delivering essential housing, schooling, roading and hospital infrastructure, faster and easier

    It's hoped a long-term workforce plan will make delivering essential housing, schooling, roading and hospital infrastructure, faster and easier


    Building and Construction Minister Jenny Salesa has announced a three-year Government-industry and Construction Sector Transformation Plan.

    It will address various aspects including leadership, business performance, and health and wellbeing.

    Salesa says the plan will ensure the industry has the right skills, the right people, and the right internal coordination to lift its productivity.

    She says we need to take advantage of the quarter of a trillion dollars of public and private construction work expected over the next five years.

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