The local man contacted North Herts District Council, asking them to inform contractor Maylim that if the sexual harassment continued, he would take the matter further.
He claimed his wife felt intimidated every time she left home.
David Scholes, North Herts District Council’s strategic director for planning housing and enterprise told the Royston Crow: “The council was contacted and concern raised about the conduct of builders working on the Fish Hill Square enhancement.
“The council has since asked the contractor for the Fish Hill Square enhancement (Maylim) to investigate this matter.”
Nial Casey, the Maylim site agent said: “The suspected individuals have been removed from our Fish Hill Square project.
“A full investigation will be undertaken by senior management in the coming days when their continued employment with Maylim Limited will be under review.
“As proud members of the Considerate Constructors Scheme Maylim Ltd is fully committed to improving the image of construction works.
“We abhor incidents like this which cause undue distress and embarrassment to the general public.”