City Building

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Scotland’s skills and training minister visited City Building yesterday to present the Glasgow business with a historic accolade for developing its young workforce. City Building is the first ever construction firm, and only the fourth business in Scotland, to achieve the Investor in Young Peo

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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. The group – 80% of whom started out as trades apprentices – are undertaking a BA (Hons) Business Management at Glasgo

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Glasgow-based construction firm City Building has added another prestigious award to its accolades after receiving its third Queen’s Award for Enterprise. City Building took home the Promoting Opportunity Award, a category recognising businesses and organisations delivering social pr

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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. Alan Burns, formerly depute director, replaces Dr Graham Paterson, who has retired from the business, along with Sharon McGra

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Glasgow-based construction firm City Building has created valuable job opportunities for young people across the city after welcoming 60 new apprentices, with support from the Glasgow Guarantee. Following an intensive recruitment process, this year’s intake includes apprentice joiner

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Work to provide more affordable DGHP homes for rent has started across Dumfries and Galloway as part of an £11 million project.

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Glasgow construction firm City Building has recruited 60 new craft trade apprentices, helping to tackle the industry’s skills gap and creating valuable job opportunities for young people across Glasgow. This year’s intake includes aspiring joiners, heating engineers, lift engineers, elec

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Just one month ahead of a trip to Malawi, where they will carry out vital maintenance work at a prosthetic and orthotic centre, staff and apprentices from Glasgow construction firm City Building met quadruple amputee Olivia Giles OBE. (from left) Craig Butler, Phoebe Ali, Scott McEwan, Olivia Giles

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Glasgow construction firm City Building has given its backing to a nationwide initiative to help victims of domestic violence. Women’s Aid and the Domestic Abuse Housing Alliance have joined forces with the Chartered Institute of Housing (CIH) to pioneer the Make A Stand pledge, an initiative

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