When the sun sets on your construction projects

The sun has set on the construction of Sydney’s first “constructive” and “constructing” shirt.

The idea for the shirts was created by construction workers, who were concerned about the amount of work their children were having to do on the site.

The shirts are designed to provide support and encouragement for their families, and help them learn new skills.

“I think the kids are just really struggling with the fact that they don’t have the skills to be a professional builder,” one of the designers told 7.30.

“They’re learning how to do it by themselves, they’re learning by themselves.”

One of the shirts also features a “construct” icon, which can be used to indicate that the shirt can be removed from the shirt rack.

Construction is now in its seventh year, and the new shirts have become an instant hit on social media, with construction companies posting their designs online.

They have also been seen at construction sites in Melbourne and Sydney.

“We’ve been able to build a new brand of construction shirts,” said designer Paul Taylor.

“You can find it on the internet and you can go and buy it, it’s really popular.”

The shirts were created by two construction companies in Victoria, and have been picked up by a number of construction companies around Australia, including Sydney’s Woomera Construction and Brisbane’s Brisbane Construction.

Construction worker John Broun said he was “delighted” to be part of the project.

“It’s great that people are looking to do this, it gives us a good boost to our careers,” he said.

“If we’re doing a job well, and I’m doing a good job, I get a nice reward.”

Construction companies in Melbourne have also taken part in the project, with workers installing a new “constructor” sticker in the middle of the shirt.

It is designed to make it easy to tell the difference between the “constructors” and the “un-constructors”.

Construction company John Brawne said his goal was to create a more positive workplace.

“That’s what we want the kids to know, that’s what’s going to help them become professional builders,” he told 7:30.