The crash in Airdrie involved a 37-year-old man who Police Scotland say was working at the location at the time of the crash.
He was struck by a car in High Street at 10.35am this morning.
They have not yet confirmed the nature of the man's work.
He was taken by ambulance to Monklands District Hospital, where he later died.
Police said the driver of the car was "extremely distressed" and received treatment from paramedics at the scene.
They said investigations are currently underway, and are appealing for witnesses.
The Health and Safety Executive have also been informed and are liaising with the police.
Meanwhile a male motorcyclist was seriously injured and died after collision between a car and a motorcycle on the A82 in the Highlands.
The crash took place at 11.05am on the stretch of road between Glencoe Village and ski centre, said police.
The two occupants of the car sustained minor injury and were taken to the Belford Hospital in Fort William for treatment.
Scottish Fire and Rescue Service said its crews used a hose reel to dampen the vehicles.
The A82 south of Glencoe Village was initially closed to traffic in both directions, before being reopened later in the afternoon.
Police Scotland said the victim's details will not be released until next of kin have been informed.
They would like to hear from anyone that witnessed the collision who have not already spoken to any officers. Those with any information should contact Police Scotland on 101.