The construction industry of Sri Lanka is one of the most significant industries that contribute to socio-economic growth. The Construction sector produces a wide range of products, from individual houses to major infrastructures such as roads, power plants, and petrochemical complexes. Economic development, rapid urbanization, and increased consumer spending have been facilitated through the government's growth and development plans, and support from the Urban Development Authority. Together, this approach has fueled demand for construction in the form of housing, high-rise buildings, hospitals, schools, roads, highways, and hotels among others. In fact, government policy encourages private investment in several infrastructure projects such as water supply, wastewater disposal, power generation, roads, industrial estates, and car parks. Tax concessions, cost-effective labour, low raw material costs, and dedicated government institutions ensure high-quality standards and development controls in construction. This makes investments in construction services extremely attractive.