Construction Services

Construction Services

 

We take responsibility for your casual workforce and contribute to your project success by taking the hassle out of sourcing and managing your temporary labour needs.

 

Fast Force is committed to supply labour that meets your standards each time.

 

We aim to match workers’ skills and experience to your requirements. Please ensure we have as much information as possible to allow us to plan successfully for each job.

 

We try our best to ensure the construction workers we provide are trained and compliant with site safety and first aid requirements.

 

We source qualified & experienced staff for permanent roles as well as on contract/short term contracts. We are proud of our reputation for sourcing highly qualified workers at short notice and of the personal touch we bring to our client relationships.

 

In a competitive construction industry, labour at proper rate is incredibly important. Thankfully, Fast Force is committed to meeting your overall budget without compromising any skills required for the project. Over time, we have established a strong relationship with our wide client base, which ranges from several industry leaders to other smaller operators. Let us know about your project and we will hand pick a crew that fit the needs. We can supply the following skills to your site:

  • Carpenters
  • Steel Fixer
  • Roofers
  • Scaffolders
  • General Labour
  • Hammer- hands
  • Leading Hands
  • Builders
  • Road Markers
  • STMS 1,2,3
  • Traffic Controllers
  • Bricklayers
  • Drainlayers
  • Painters
  • Brush Hand
  • Tiler
  • Plasters
  • Digger Operator
  • GIB Fixer
  • GIB Stopper and much more.

 

Fast Force is based in Auckland & Christchurch, but our small team has the flexibility and portability to work on contracts located in any part of New Zealand.

 

Service quality remains our fundamental principle while helping the New Zealand work force to progress.

 

Fast Force has a vision to incorporate various workplaces through New Zealand by 2025.

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