Glasgow-based construction firm, City Building, has added to its ever-growing trophy case after winning 14 awards in 2019.
The firm, which employs nearly 2,200 people including over 240 apprentices, scooped accolades in a range of different areas, including diversity and inclusion, talent, safety and development.
Highlights included winning a gold award through the Ministry of Defence’s Employer Recognition Scheme and being crowned Most Inspiring UK employer at the Inspire Awards.
At the recent Hr Network awards, the firm collected the Outstanding Contribution to Scottish HR award, an award that is usually won by an individual rather than a business. Executive Director, Dr Graham Paterson was also named Chief Executive of the Year by the same panel.
Dr Graham Paterson said: “2019 has been a fantastic year for City Building and I’m very proud of the entire team. To have won 14 awards in a single year is so impressive and it truly is a credit to our hard-working employees and their dedication and commitment.
“I’d like to thank each and every member of City Building staff, who strive to ensure the business continues to improve every day and to be acknowledged with these awards is a huge honour.”
The awards have been added to City Building’s already-impressive array of awards, which includes the prestigious Queen’s Award for Enterprise: Sustainable Development, and being recognised as one of the top 90 businesses in Scotland for employment and diversity.
The Glasgow-based firm carries out a wide range of services from the construction of new builds to repairs and maintenance, manufacturing and training, and is one of Scotland’s largest construction firms.