Supplying Trades & Labour, Professional & Technical and Construction talent to organisations in the UK, Ireland and Europe
3D Personnel is a leading name in construction recruitment for the UK, Ireland and Europe, supplying Trades & Labour, Professional & Technical and Construction services talent across a broad range of sectors.
Placing candidates in temporary, fixed-term and permanent roles, 3D Personnel has a growing national presence, with offices in London, Southampton, Liverpool, Birmingham, Colchester, Glasgow, Belfast, Dublin, Cork and Galway.
“We’ve been a partner of 3D Personnel since 2009 and are proud that they are our sole national supplier of both trades & labour and professional staff across our Northern Ireland and South of England locations. The longevity of our partnership comes down to the team’s in-depth understanding of the exact needs and challenges of our organisation and we truly value the working relationship we have established with them over the years.”
“3D Personnel has been a trusted partner of our organisation since 2008. Their knowledgeable and approachable team have supplied us with a wide range of top talent, including Groundworkers, Machine Drivers, Shuttering Carpenters, Steel Fixers and Banksman for leading nuclear power plants, National Grid sites and utility sites across the UK.”
“Through our close working relationship with 3D Personnel, which has been established for more than a decade, we’ve had access to some of the very best trades & labour talent the market has to offer for our major construction projects throughout the UK and Ireland.”
“We’ve established an excellent relationship with the team at 3D Personnel since we started working with them back in 2008. Through their understanding of our exact requirements, we have benefited from top labourers who have worked on some of our most high profile new-build housing contracts and large-scale fit-out projects in London and beyond.”
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