The Construction Careers Event is now officially sold out. All the stands at the only national, industry-wide careers show have been snapped up by the sector's leading employers.
So if you are investigating how your career could develop or are actively looking for a new job, now is the time to plan who you want to speak to at the event.
Current and projected workloads in civil engineering and construction should make 2001 a good year for jobseekers. Your skills are in demand but there will be stiff competition for the top jobs and the Construction Careers Event is the best opportunity to find out what they are and with whom.
The show is also your chance to meet representatives from a cross section of companies and find out if you like them and if they like you.
There are hundreds of genuine vacancies to be filled. Balfour Beatty is looking for up to 200 people virtually across the board, while Skanska is gearing up for the start of the £105M Stratford Box contract for section two of the Channel Tunnel Rail Link. Building contractor Simons Construction needs 100 engineers, quantity surveyors and site managers for a variety of projects.