Construction and Infrastructure cooperatives are organizations owned and controlled by workers and contractors in the construction industry. They are established to provide members with access to work opportunities, training and support services, and a collective voice in the industry. Members of construction and infrastructure cooperatives often pool their resources, knowledge, and skills to bid on and execute larger construction projects, improving their competitiveness and increasing their earning potential.
These cooperatives can play an important role in promoting sustainable and equitable development by creating quality employment opportunities for their members, encouraging local economic growth, and supporting the development of local infrastructure. They also provide a platform for workers and contractors to have a collective voice in the industry, and to address issues such as fair wages, safe working conditions, and sustainable construction practices. By working together, members of construction and infrastructure cooperatives can achieve their goals and improve their livelihood