Bag a Builder, a brand new, novel way of finding tradesmen is set to launch on December 1st. Aimed at homeowners and construction firms, its set to completely change the way we hire tradesmen, for the better.
The UK construction industry has seen a seismic shift in thinking about the very individuals working within its sector, placing a bigger emphasis than ever on skilled, qualified individuals populating the industry. Central to these plans are CSCS (Construction Skills Certification Scheme) Cards.
Introduced in 1995 and readily adopted by the construction industry, these cards demonstrate to construction firms that tradesmen are fully qualified and appropriately trained for their respective trade, as well as an understanding of health and safety on a construction site. With health and safety accidents and fatalities disrupting projects and costing the sector billions of pounds each year, it comes as no surprise to learn that a growing number of construction firms are denying tradesmen access to work on site without a valid
Bag a Builder aim to place skilled, qualified, tradesmen with a valid CSCS Cardat the heart of their business model. Tradesmen will be able to sign up and browse a range of jobs from homeowners and construction firms alike.
Homeowners and tradesmen also will be able to sign up to the platform and post their jobs, specifying the type of tradesmen that they need.
With the UK market not only In need of skilled, qualified tradesmen, but also new houses across the country, Bag a Builder has well and truly entered the market at the right time, championing skilled, qualified tradesmen to homeowners and construction firms alike.
CSCS is the leading skills certification scheme within the UK construction industry.
About Bag a Builder
Bag a Builder is an innovative platform heling to connect homeowners and construction firms with skilled, qualified tradesmen for a variety of jobs.
To learn more about Bag a Builder and their services, they are contactable by the following avenues:
BAG A BUILDER LTD
86-90 Paul Street
Phone: + (44) 0 207 199 9808