A 21-year-old apprentice at Glasgow-based construction firm City Building is celebrating after scooping a top award last month month.
Glasgow-based construction firm, City Building, is celebrating after being honoured in four categories at the recent Hr NETWORK National Awards, where its contribution to communities was also recognised with the first ever accolade of its kind.
Glasgow-based City Building is the first Scottish construction firm to have been recognised with a gold award through the Ministry of Defence’s Employer Recognition Scheme.
Glasgow-based construction firm City Building has been crowned Most Inspiring UK employer by awards established to recognise diversity and inclusion in the built environment.
Glasgow-based construction firm, City Building, gained a prestigious Customer Service Excellence award, following a rigorous independent assessment.
City Building painter and decorator Aiden Dearie has taken first prize in a prestigious national decorating competition.
City Building were double award winners at last night’s Glasgow Business Awards organised by Glasgow Chamber of Commerce.
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.
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.
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.