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How much do construction managers in London get paid?

Construction managers in London earn

£12.82–27.78 per hour

Based on 31 employee reviews

Construction manager salaries can range between £12.82–27.78 per hour in the London area. This data is based on survey results from 31 employees who live in an around London.

What do top employers pay construction managers?

Who are the worst construction manager employers?

  1. Sanctuary Group
    5.3
  2. Mears
    4.8
  3. Nmcn
    4.4

What contracts are people on?

Full time 91% report having full time contracts (more than 35 hours)

Based on 11 employees

How are people paid?

35%
by the hour
65%
an annual salary

Based on 31 employees

What do construction managers employees do?

Construction managers have the job of running and organising construction projects.

These types of projects can be:

  • Building homes
  • Building offices, corporate buildings, shops and venues
  • Building factories, plants and industrial sites
  • Building roads or transport lines

Other names for construction managers are:

  • Site managers
  • Team leaders
  • Contracts managers

This type of job might involve:

  • Checking plans
  • Organising budgets and costs
  • Planning how long a project will take
  • Hiring construction workers
  • Buying construction materials
  • Running a construction site day-to-day
  • Assessing construction site risks
  • Making sure everyone working on a site works safely
  • Checking the progress and quality of a build
  • Giving clients updates and reports

You may have to work late into the evenings and over weekends.

Some construction sites will be high up and you’ll have to work in all types of weather.

If you want to apply for a construction manager job, you might need the following:

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