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.
Three apprentices from Glasgow construction firm City Building will travel to Malawi in September to carry out vital maintenance work at a community health clinic, supporting the Lord Provost’s charitable work in the country.
The need to entice young people into construction
By Dr Graham Paterson, Executive Director, City Building
Published Friday 19th April, 2019
One of Scotland’s largest construction firms City Building (Glasgow) has launched a flexible working project available to all employees in association with Family Friendly Working Scotland (FFWS).
Employers and education providers including schools and colleges have been urged to join forces to showcase the job opportunities available in construction and attract a wider range of employees, including young women, into the sector.
Brooke and Cameron Moir
After continuously hearing from big brother Cameron, 20, a third-year joinery apprentice, about how much he enjoyed his apprenticeship at City Building, 17-year-old Brooke was determined to follow in his footsteps.
City Building has launched its recruitment for 60 apprenticeships to work within the Construction Industry during National Apprentice Week.
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.
A City Building joiner, who carries out essential maintenance work at the Emirates Arena, will return to the sports stadium later this month, but this time he’ll be laying down his tools to get into the boxing ring.