City Building have signed up to the Armed Forces Corporate Covenant which amongst a number of principles includes the promise that we will promote our organisation as an armed forces-friendly organization.
A number of our colleagues undertake active duties in their Reservist roles as well as contribute to the success of City Building in their various roles within Training, Construction and Repairs and Maintenance.
As a leading employer of Reservists, City Building played a key role in shaping the Ministry of Defence’s Future Reserves 2020 strategy, which reinforces the role of reservists in UK defence policy, and recognises the support from employers that is required. We signed the Corporate Covenant and subsequently the Armed Forces Covenant that details our pledges towards members of the Armed Forced family.
Photograph above from rom left to right: Fraser Steele, Lance Corporal in the 71 Royal Engineers and Contracts Manager at City Building, Gordon Mullen, Troop Plant Sergeant in the 71 Royal Engineers and Training Officer at City Building, Stewart Vandal, Troop Commander in the 71 Royal Engineers and Instructor at City Building, Lawrence Johnson, Squadron Sergeant Major in the 71 Royal Engineers and Instructor at City Building, Christopher Lindsay, Craftsman in the Royal Electrical Mechanical Engineers and Joiner at City Building.