With just a few weeks to go until polling day, we want to find out what you think of the main political parties and their construction policies.
For a second time Brexit is dominating the election political debate, but other issues are cutting through even if the parties’ manifestos have yet to appear.
Speaking at the CBI’s annual conference today Labour’s leader Jeremy Corbyn committed to upgrade infrastructure across the country with £250bn over 10 years, while pledging an additional £150bn for schools, hospitals, care homes and housing over five years.
Meanwhile, prime minister Boris Johnson said if the Tories are re-elected they will commit to small and large projects alike, with small projects being a “platform for growth”.
Jo Swinson, for her part, said the Lib Dems are committed to helping small businesses.
So what do you think of it all? This week Building is running its own survey, which should only take a few minutes to fill in online.
And to thank you for your time there is a prize draw of a £50 Amazon voucher for respondents who wish to enter.
All the survey information you give us can remain anonymous and confidential.
Thank you and watch this space for the findings of our research.