May 2003

Trends and Resources

HP Impact: Workforce shortage threatens construction projects industry-wide

For years, concerns have been expressed about the ongoing shortage in the US of skilled workers. Exploring the question of who is responsible for developing the future workforce in the ..

Weirauch, Wendy, Hydrocarbon Processing Staff

For years, concerns have been expressed about the ongoing shortage in the US of skilled workers. Exploring the question of who is responsible for developing the future workforce in the construction arena was a panel of HPI representatives. They came from the owner/ operator (o/o), ECC and consultant sides of the business and shared their perspectives at the recent NPRA Annual Meeting in San Antonio, Texas. Key findings and recommendations from this discussion include: The disappearance of the skilled workforce affects maintenance, construction and turnaround projects of all sizes. Nationwide, all trades - both union and

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