The annual Open Doors initiative is taking place from 18-23 March
Visitors can book their place at more than 150 events currently registered across England, Scotland and Wales.
Projects include One Leadenhall in London, the new Aquatics Centre in Manchester, and the Paisley Museum in Scotland, as well as manufacturing facilities, offices and training centres. Additional projects will be added in the coming weeks.
Julie White, chair of Build UK, said: “I am passionate about making the world of construction open and accessible to as many young people as possible, so they can see all the different career opportunities there are in our industry.
“Open Doors is a fantastic way to find out more about the amazing things we build and what the industry has to offer…”.
Michael Oppong, management trainee quantity surveyor at Willmott Dixon who attended an Open Doors visit in 2015, added: “Open Doors definitely sparked my interest in a career in the construction industry.
“I have since taken the degree-level apprenticeship route, combining on-the-job training with university studies. I would encourage everyone to attend an Open Doors visit and consider a career in the industry – just like me.”