The world of work is in constant change. The challenge therefore is to respond to the issues of HR planning and HR development to meet performance expectations of construction firms. Construction sector has unique characteristics that affect human resource development and human resource planning practices in a manner very different from other sectors like manufacturing, service, among others. The book focus on the relationship between human resources planning, human resource development and performance of construction firms in Kenya. It emphasizes that in human resources planning, the companies need to evaluate their current resources - people, skills, interest, abilities and experiences in comparison to their analyzed internal availability such as demand and supply of the human resource required for project undertakings to gain competitive advantage. The contents of this book are important to several groups of users: entrepreneurs and potential investors in the construction sector, regulators and policy makers, to international bodies like ILO, to researchers and academicians who are interested in linkages between human resource practices and performance in construction firms.