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Construction sites are a busy and interesting place to work, and let’s face it, if you are working on a construction project of a considerable size, the site cabin is going to be your new home from home.


The same goes for your colleagues; whether you like it or not you are going to be seeing their faces (and hard hats!), day in, day out. Chances are you’ll be faced with a mixed bag of personalities, but if you’ve had the experience of working on a number of sites, you’ll start to see some familiar traits.


We take a tongue and cheek look at five faces which can be commonly found on construction sites up and down the country- see if you can spot anyone you know…                                                   







If there is a “Whip Cracker” or “Site Dinosaur” amongst your ranks why not share our infographic with them - it’s sure to be a conversation starter on a tea break!


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