Construction Recruitment in Scotland

City Site opened the doors to our first office in Scotland at the end of 2020, finally giving our construction recruitment expertise a permanent home in Glasgow. Headed up by Ian Howarth, this new office can help with all your construction labour supply needs and covers the whole of Scotland, whether you’re looking for temporary or permanent workers.

Integrity and honesty are central to how we do business. If we can’t help, we’ll tell you. We work in partnership with our clients to take ownership of finding reliable tradespeople for your project. Our rigorous vetting process and enviable contacts list means that we supply only the best candidates.

As well as providing local knowledge of the labour supply market in Scotland, our Glasgow office is also supported by our network of offices around the UK. This support means we can manage national trades and labour supply, as well as more local projects in Scotland and the north-east of England.

To discuss your recruitment needs, contact our Scotland office now:


Bellahouston Business Centre,
423 Paisley Road West,
G51 1PZ

0141 732 1290

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Whether you are looking for general advice on recruitment, want to know more about City Site Solutions, or already know your exact labour requirements and need reliable workers straight away, contact us now and we can help.

You can call any of our offices, email us, or fill in the form below. Our experienced recruitment professionals are waiting to help.

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If you would like to be considered for available positions we would love to hear from you.

Fill in our form or contact your nearest recruitment office and ask to be registered for immediate availability. We will need the following information to start finding you a construction job: Name; Trade; Contact Number; Location; Experience; Accreditations; Transport means and any other relevant information.


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