GLASGOW-based construction firm City Building was recently joined by Lord Provost Philip Braat to celebrate £20,000 being raised by the company and its supply chain in 2021.
City Building has started work to rebuild an outdoor learning classroom that was destroyed by a fire at a primary school in the north of Glasgow.
Prince Charles has praised Glasgow construction firm City Building for its work in developing a new generation of construction workers.
Q&A – Alan Burns, Executive Director
What is City Building doing to promote sustainability?
Climate change is one of the greatest challenges faced by us all and working together with our stakeholders and suppliers we are determined to play our part by managing our business in a sustainable way that reduces carbon emissions and improves resource efficiency.
Employees of Glasgow construction firm, City Building, swapped work boots for walking boots as they took on the UK’s highest mountains for Glasgow Children’s Hospital Charity, raising more than £11,700 in the process.
Sixteen City Building construction workers have enrolled as graduate apprentices as part of plans to secure the Glasgow firm’s next generation of senior management.
Karen Morton, one of three new trainee quantity surveyors within City Building, joined the construction firm as an apprentice joiner in 1999.
Mark McColgan, 28, from Glasgow, one of City Building’s three newly qualified Quantity Surveyors, joined the organisation on his 16th birthday as an apprentice plumber.
Christopher McCunnie recently qualified as a trainee quantity surveyor with City Building, progressing from his first role as an apprentice within the firm in 2013.