City Building apprentices encourage delegates to “Build and House” at industry event.
Young apprentices complete community project to modernise homeless charity centre in Glasgow
Charity presents apprentices with inaugural award in recognition of their work.
Six young apprentices from Glasgow-based construction company City Building, have played their part in giving back to the community after completing work on a project to update a homeless charity centre, which offers vital support services to some of the city’s most vulnerable people.
Two young Glasgow-based apprentices have been selected as part of a team of specialist tradesmen that will travel to Malawi this summer to upgrade a medical centre in the country’s capital Lilongwe.
Leading Scottish construction company City Building (Glasgow) LLP, working with Glasgow’s Lord Provost has been sending teams of its building professionals to Malawi since 2008 and this year marks the first occasion that apprentices, hired through Glasgow City Council’s Commonwealth Apprenticeship Initiative, have been given the opportunity to be part of the annual project.