CAROLINA: The CAROLINAS surveyors report on the state’s construction industry is set to become the first in the country to be published.
The state’s surveyors said the report showed the industry was in good health.
But in an article for the Courier-Mail, one surveyor wrote that the industry needed a boost in funding.
“It is not just an industry issue but also a health issue,” the surveyor said.
“We are seeing a spike in respiratory illnesses, and we need a bit more funding to support that.”
But the industry is in no hurry to jump into the red.
“If we are going to spend any money, it needs to be focused on the right projects,” CAROLINS chief executive officer Rob Hill said.CAROLINA SURVEYORS ARE ON THE MOMENTThe CAROLICAS surveyor agency is in a difficult financial position, with no money coming in to support the agency.
“Our budget is currently under threat from a potential cut in funding,” Mr Hill said, referring to the state government’s budget for 2018.
“I can’t go out there and tell people what to do, because I have no money to do that.”
Mr Hill said the agency was also in the midst of a reorganisation that would see a new chief executive named in early 2019.
“The new chief will be named in mid-2019,” he said.
But the CAROLIANS are not yet happy about what they are hearing.
“That’s not good for us,” surveyor Brian Schuetz said.
Mr Schuettt said there were also concerns about the quality of construction data.
“One of the issues that we have is that there are very few surveys in the state of Ohio that provide accurate and reliable data,” he told the Courier Mail.
“For example, I am not aware of any surveyor in the entire state that has taken the time to complete their survey.”
Mr Schueetz said that if the state was not able to provide accurate data, there would be no need for a surveyor.
“People should not be told to do something they are not comfortable doing,” he added.
The CARLIANS chief executive has told the public not to buy into the surveyors surveyor’s claims that there were no construction jobs available in CAROL.
“There’s no construction in the states.
You should not assume that a survey is going to tell you what you want to hear,” Mr Schuet said.