International demand for skilled workers is adding to the pressures faced by two of the country’s biggest infrastructure projects, Stuff reports. Auckland’s $1.2 billion Central Interceptor and $4.4b City Rail Link are the two projects affected by the shortage of skilled workers brought about by Covid-19 travel restrictions and competition from Australian companies. In order to fill the skill gaps, contractors are introducing on-site training for New Zealand-based workers.
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