City Building was presented with the Queen’s Award for Enterprise: Sustainable Development 2018 on Thursday 30th August, 2018 by Her Majesty’s Lord Lieutenant of Glasgow The Right Honourable Lord Provost Eva Bolander along with Ian Dickson the Lord Dean of the Guild from the Merchants House Glasgow and Dr. Alistair Dorward the Deacon Convenor of The Trades House of Glasgow at a prestigious Civic Reception in the City Chambers, Glasgow.
Her Majesty’s Lord Lieutenant of Glasgow The Right Honourable Lord Provost Eva Bolander said:
“City Building is one of Scotland’s largest construction companies. It was established in 2006 to operate as a construction and property maintenance business within the public, private and third sectors. Its main purpose of providing sustainable employment, delivering craft apprenticeships, providing sustainable employment for people with disabilities, recognising key priorities of social renewal, sustained employment, employee development and training.
This Award recognises your hard work and commitment to customers and communities in which you serve. It also recognises achievements in sustainable development, by providing innovative sustainable and value for money solutions to customer needs, while creating life-changing opportunities for 250 Craft Apprentices and 260 employees at your supported manufacturing factory in Glasgow.
Your unrelenting focus on business excellence goes hand in hand with your unique social ethos of combining commercial success with socially responsible practices.”