Working in the Pacific islands has its own unique challenges, obviously, there are many rewards as well; magical sceneries, mild climate, radiant turquoise water and gleaming shores. However, construction jobs in islands are usually complicated:
- Due to the lack of roads.
- Due to the condition of the road surface.
- Due to the size of existing roads.
- But mainly due to the absence of supplies.
Let just think of concrete, for example, in mainland there are selections of companies that will produce and supply it.
On an island, the market availability for materials is extremely limited, as they tend to have limited manufacturing capability, such as small factories that manufacture concrete blocks for example. Making construction jobs very challenging.