Apprentices build on achievements with awards success
More than 20 apprentices from City Building have been recognised for their achievements over the past year at the construction firm’s annual awards ceremony.
The ceremony, which was held in the Banqueting Hall of the City Chambers, Glasgow on the 13th June, saw more than 300 people come together to celebrate the hardworking young men and women.
A total of 22 accolades were awarded in categories ranging from Best Electrician, to Best Plumber and Best Administrator.
Photo : At the inaugural event, hosted this week by The Herald and GenAnalytics at the Radisson Blu in Glasgow, City Building operations manager Siobhan Logue spoke of her successful career at the firm in the traditionally male-dominated industry.
City Building’s Siobhan Logue addresses attendees at the conference
The changing face of the construction industry was under the spotlight at Scotland’s first national diversity conference.
Photo : City Building employee Taylor Holliday with Pollok House Lion.
Pollok House’s heraldic lions are roaming in Pollok Country Park again, after being returned to the site by construction firm City Building.
In a first for a construction firm, a rescue mission was launched by Glasgow-based City Building and Scottish Natural Heritage [SNH] to save endangered water voles living beneath a working site in Easterhouse, Glasgow.
Photo (L-R): City Building apprentices Arran Brown, Conor Quail and Victor Zarallo, solo dancer at Scottish Ballet
Apprentices from construction firm City Building have enjoyed a different kind of lesson, ditching their tools to take part in a workshop organised by Scottish Ballet.
City Building is giving scores of Glasgow businesses the opportunity to achieve growth after appointing them as suppliers.
The construction firm awarded 136 Glasgow-based companies framework sub-contractor status to supply more than 70 construction and trades services.