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Scotland’s skills and training minister visited City Building today [Thursday 18 May] to present the Glasgow business with a historic accolade for developing its young workforce.
City Building, one of Scotland’s leading construction firms, has achieved a major milestone in its ambitious project to deliver a new, green training college for its apprentices.
To mark International Women’s Day, City Building worker Amy Kenna has reflected on her time in the construction industry and share her experience in a traditionally male-dominated field.
Easterhouse-born Steven Cochrane, 17, reflects on his decision to join City Building and encourages his peers to consider an apprenticeship.
Glasgow-based construction firm, City Building, has met its match in Drumchapel United Ladies Football Club as both organisations outline their hopes to inspire young girls in the local community.
City Building, Scotland’s largest construction firm, has launched a new working group set up to encourage more women into leadership roles.
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