BuildLondon announces support for Carillion apprentices & employees
by Fran Mullins, January 22, 2018

Statement from specialist construction job brokerage partnership BuildLondon

The BuildLondon team are conscious of the huge impact the recent announcement that Carillion is going into liquidation will have on a significant number of apprentices, employees and their families.

As a regional partnership initiative, with the Government Department for Work and Pensions in London, Essex and the Home Counties, we are keen to do all we can to support those affected, living in these areas.

We recognise the importance of retaining the skills and experience of Carillion staff, working within the construction industry, which in turn will help to ensure the industry continues to thrive, and deliver the infrastructure and housing projects, so desperately needed across the UK.

Our Mission

We are not a commercial employment agency. Our mission is simple – we are here to help connect local people to major construction projects across London and the South East. We do this by working in partnership with major client organisations such as Tideway, Crossrail and Transport for London, and supporting their supply chain contractors to recruit locally.

Opportunities across London and the South East

By registering with us, you will receive up to date information of the latest vacancies within the construction industry in your local area and across London and the South East.

There are absolutely no charges attached to this support, as the service is provided by BuildLondon in partnership with the Department for Work and Pensions.

So, if you are an employee of Carillion, working in a construction, or construction related role, and are interested in hearing about new opportunities, simply follow this link and complete the on-line form.

We look forward to hearing from you.

The BuildLondon Team



Additional support

A number of organisations are offering advice and support to existing Carillion apprentices nationally, the Construction Industry Training Board (CITB) is providing advice nationwide, for further information

Contact CITB via telephone or email for the latest information and guidance;

or visit the website at:


Fran Mullins
Fran Mullins
Has worked in marketing & communications for over 25 years, the last 15 specialising in digital media. Prefers to promote other people’s blogs rather than write her own.

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