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An aspiring teenage footballer who almost died following a head injury sustained on the pitch is constructing a new future as a City Building apprentice. Mitchell Hughes, from Cardonald, is among 60 new apprentices recently appointed by the Glasgow-based construction firm. The 16-year-old showed a k

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City Building has pledged to provide every pupil moving into their first year in two secondary schools with a stationary pack to support their education. Springburn Academy and St Roch’s Secondary School are the schools to benefit from the initiative.

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City Building is on the hunt for new suppliers as the business launches its latest procurement initiative. The construction firm is placing its strong social and sustainable values at the core of its newly updated subcontractor framework, and is calling on local businesses across Scotland to bid for

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Construction firm City Building is leading the charge on reducing the construction industry’s carbon emissions by upskilling its workforce on renewable and sustainable building technologies. The company, a 50/50 joint venture between Glasgow City Council and Wheatley Group, has been suppo

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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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City Building has achieved a major milestone in its ambitious project to deliver a new, green training college for its apprentices. The building, which is set to be completed this summer, has now installed 69 solar photovoltaic panels on its roof, which will enable it to significantly reduce it

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To mark International Women’s Day, City Building worker Amy Kenna has reflected on her time within the construction industry and shares her experience as a woman in a traditionally male-dominated field. Amy, aged 27, joined the construction firm as an adult admin apprentice in 2013 after learn

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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. Boasting three members of Drumchapel United within its workforce; Roberta Kinnon, Marie Dabek and Rachel Kerr; the construction firm has

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City Building has launched a new working group set up to encourage more women into leadership roles within the construction sector. Gender Equality in the Workplace will focus on creating a pathway into leadership for female employees across the business.

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Construction firm City Building began work onsite at a primary school in the north of Glasgow, as employees picked up their tools to rebuild a beloved outdoor learning classroom. Following a fire in January 2020, pupils at Wallacewell Primary School in Robroyston were left devastated after their new

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