Construction workers put on trim on a townhouse at The Mill at Broadway on Wednesday. Construction superintendent Gregg Uttecht said he is feeling the pressure of falling behind on the development because of a lack of workers. “These are big buildings, and to get them (built) in the time frame the owners want, I’d need six electricians, and the most I have is two,” Uttecht said.
Construction workers put on trim on a townhouse at The Mill at Broadway on Wednesday. Construction superintendent Gregg Uttecht said he is feeling the pressure of falling behind on the development because of a lack of workers. “These are big buildings, and to get them (built) in the time frame the owners want, I’d need six electricians, and the most I have is two,” Uttecht said. Autumn Payne apayne@sacbee.com
Construction workers put on trim on a townhouse at The Mill at Broadway on Wednesday. Construction superintendent Gregg Uttecht said he is feeling the pressure of falling behind on the development because of a lack of workers. “These are big buildings, and to get them (built) in the time frame the owners want, I’d need six electricians, and the most I have is two,” Uttecht said. Autumn Payne apayne@sacbee.com

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August 25, 2015 5:01 PM

Sacramento new home construction slowed by worker shortages

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