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We work with organisations in the construction industry to facilitate the staff accommodation for both large and small scale projects, providing a flexible and cost effective alternative to hotels for both short and long term stays.
With the number of employees within construction forecast to reach 2.77 million people by 2023, the mobile construction workforce is set to increase. Following a challenging start to 2020, construction is already showing signs of a strong recovery from the impact of the coronavirus pandemic. A number of cash stimulus plans are being discussed and a diverse range of projects have already been announced, including the £250m Ashford Film Studios project and a proposed £18bn Sizewell C nuclear plant in Suffolk.
The nature of the construction industry means that staff are often required to work away from home, travelling to be near large scale projects.
Contractors and staff can be required to be on site for varying lengths of time, from short term stays to projects lasting a year or more.
A recent survey by the Chartered Institute of Building (CIOB) showed that 67% of construction employees found the uncertainty of work location stressful.
Although a serviced apartment is not their home, it can certainly feel like one.
In many cases, it is more practical and cost effective for employers to arrange accommodation for staff near their place of work.
The Apartment Network can support you with all your accommodation needs, providing your staff with a cost-efficient home from home experience.
We work with a trusted network of apartment providers and your account manager will look after you to ensure a sensible, cost effective solution to your brief.
Let us do the hard work – we will save you time and money as we search, refine, and negotiate on your behalf.
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