Md. Abdus Sobahan is a well-established construction contractor in Dhaka, who is currently providing workers for a series of major government infrastructure projects. These include the construction of Padma and Meghna bridges and a flyover at Mouchack/Mogbajar. The flyover project requires a large number of skilled workers to work as masons, steel fixers and carpenters. 1,500 workers are employed on the project in total and Mr. Sobahan’s company, Mayer Doa Construction, provides 150. He pays them 350 Taka per day and provides accommodation. Construction of the flyover started in January 2012 and is scheduled to be completed by June 2018. Montage Training Centre has provided 10 graduates to work on the three construction projects. They recently completed their training to work in the masonry and steel-fixing trades and they have started working in rotation on the Padma Bridge, Meghna Bridge and Mouchack/Mogbajar flyover construction projects. Two of the workers have particularly impressed Mr. Sobahan and he has already agreed to increase their daily pay to 450 Taka. He has promised that this will go up again to 500 Taka per day, if the two graduates continue working for him for a minimum of two months. He has also asked Montage to provide him with more skilled graduates to work on his projects. In April, a team from Sudokkho visited the flyover construction project to demonstrate new technology to help rod binders and steel fixers work more quickly and efficiently. The team members spoke with the contractor, Mr. Sobahan, about the challenges of retaining workers and the ways in which the support provided by Sudokkho can help. The team agreed that this was a useful experience that helped generate ideas for sharing best practice with the Private Training Providers supported by Sudokkho, in order to enhance the training experience and the benefits it offers trainees and employers.