The survey follows the institute’s first piece of corruption research in 2006 which helped highlight secretive and corrupt practices within construction.
The institute has worked since then with the Construction Sector Transparency Initiative, the Serious Fraud Office and the Anti-Corruption Forum to promote good practice.
The latest survey aims to explore what has changed since 2006 and discover if construction is now a more honest industry.
The institute said: “We want to understand attitudes towards certain business practices and where people feel corruption may be most likely to occur.
“We are also interested in hearing any cases where people have personally witnessed, or been a victim to corrupt practices whilst engaging in their work.”
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