City Building painter and decorator Aiden Dearie has taken first prize in a prestigious national decorating competition.
A City Building joiner, who carries out essential maintenance work at the Emirates Arena, will return to the sports stadium later this month, but this time he’ll be laying down his tools to get into the boxing ring.
As part of celebrating the Real Living Wage, Michael Matheson, MSP, Cabinet Secretary for Transport, Infrastructure and Connectivity visit City Building on Tuesday 6th November to speak to our apprentices. Alongside our new Chair, Cllr. Allan Casey they heard first-hand the excellent opportunities available for our young talent to grow.
City Building were double award winners at last night’s Glasgow Business Awards organised by Glasgow Chamber of Commerce.
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.
A landmark report produced to assist City Building’s diversity drive has found that almost half of its employees come from geographical areas identified as being the three most deprived in Scotland.
Staff at City Building have marked Mental Health Awareness Week with a day of fun and stress-busting activities at their Darnick Street headquarters.
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.
City Building is celebrating after winning the Queen’s Award for Sustainable Development for a second time.
The Glasgow construction firm’s successful bid was announced on Saturday 21 April, which is designated as the Queen’s Official Birthday. It previously won the Queen’s Award for Sustainable Development in 2012.
City Building has boosted a Glasgow community café’s plans to expand after donating much needed catering equipment.
The Glasgow-based construction company provided growing social enterprise Milk Café, which is based in the Govanhill area of the city, with an integrated coffee machine and fridge. Both items had previously been on display in the firm’s Darnick Street headquarters. A brand new microwave was also gifted to the café from City Building supplier Thain Commercial.