A City Building employee has been recognised in the Queens’s Birthday Honours list.
Glasgow-based construction firm, City Building, has added another prestigious award to its accolades after receiving its third Queen’s Award for Enterprise.
Glasgow construction firm City Building has appointed a new executive director to drive forward the organisation as it seeks to take a growing share of the renewables sector.
To mark Scottish Apprentice Week 2021 (1-5 March), Glasgow-based construction firm, City Building, has confirmed that 60 new apprentices will be recruited as part of its annual intake this year.
During 2017 City Building engaged in Work Experience for 120 school pupils and donated over £29,000 to various charities.
Article written by Dr Graham Paterson
Executive Director, City Building
More than 200 staff from construction firm City Building attended a civic reception at Glasgow City Chambers as the organisation was presented with the Queens Award for Sustainable Development, the most prestigious business award in the UK.
After last month’s publication of a landmark report which outlined the diversity performance at City Building, Kieran Findlay and Darren Robertson visited the company’s Queenslie Training Centre in Glasgow to ask executive director Dr Graham Paterson about what drives its promotion for social inclusion.
During 2016 City Building engaged in 12 Community Apprentice Projects and donated over £44,000 to various charities.
During 2015 City Building engaged in 17 Community Apprenticeship Projects and donated over £40,000 to various charities..