University College of Estate Management (UCEM); Chartered Institute of Building (CIOB); Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS); Institute of Workplace and Facilities Management (IWFM); Aecom; Avondale Construction; Balfour Beatty; Building Plymouth; Bylor (Hinkley); Carey Group; CECA; Chapman Ventilation; CICES; CIOB; Churngold; Crest Nicholson; DWP; EY; EDF; Engie Regeneration; GallifordTry; Hampshire County Council; The Home Builders Federation (HBF); HE Simm; Hinkley; HS2; IKO; Kier; Laing O’Rourke; Lee Warren; L Lynch; Mace; McCarrick Construction; Morgan Sindall; Morrisroe; Murphy Group; Reliable Contractors; Roche Civil Engineering; Southern Construction Framework; Services Design Solution; Spire Construction; Taylor Woodrow; United Living; Urban & Civic; VGC; Vinci; Wates; Wils Bros Civil Eng; Wilmott Dixon; Wilson James; Building Heroes; CTP; DRM; MOD; Help for Heroes; Londist Unit; The Royal Foundation; SaluteMyJob; SSAFA; VETs; Walking With the Wounded; White Signal Ensign; Wellbeing & Mental Health Collaborators; MHS Training & Consultancy;
BuildForce - Veterans, will deliver a service to the veteran community (who left military service at least a year ago) and to construction employers. The aim of the service will be to help veterans “get jobs in construction and get into training which leads to jobs in construction”.
Online modules for tailored beneficiary support -
to be hosted on UCEM portal
Engage with and sign up 1500 veterans
Sign up of 110 construction companies across GB, including signing up 250 champions/ambassadors/mentors from industry
Deliver flexible, tailored support for 560 candidates
12 wellbeing workshops delivered to 120 candidates, along with 1-2-1 support where applicable 560 guaranteed Interviews, 225 Work placements & 200 job starts
Provide ongoing in-work support and continuous professional development resulting in 200 sustained employment outcomesFinal Project Report
01 Sep 2019
30 Sep 2022
The project had funding withdrawn in May 2020 as a result of the strategic changes from CITB's response to the COVID-19 pandemic, materials attached reflect this.