A ‘topping out’ ceremony took place last week at Dunfermline Learning Campus, marking a major milestone for the project. Pupils helped cabinet secretary for education and skills, Jenny Gilruth and councillors lay a cement plinth commemorating the school building reaching its highest poin
Fife College's construction partner Balfour Beatty is to offer over 200 weeks of work for local apprentices on the build phase of its new Dunfermline Campus.
Balfour Beatty has been awarded a c.£90 million contract by Fife College for the design and construction of a new learning campus in Dunfermline.
An innovative and strong partnership approach to delivering the first Modern Apprenticeship (MA) in Building Standards is helping to address a major skills shortage in Building Standards across Scotland. ESP has worked with Local Authority Building Standards Scotland (LABSS), Scottish Government, UH
CR Smith and Fife College have joined forces to run a pioneering fast-track training programme for would-be joiners for a second successive year. Specifically designed to help more people wanting to enter the joinery profession, the successful collaboration last year led to five trainees secur
The creation of Dunfermline Learning Campus has taken another step forward as BAM Construction begins work on the new schools. The main contractor started work creating the new campus in September 2021. This initial phase of work is nearing completion and the site is now ready for the next phase. Th
Fife College student Monika Cook has started a new career with a local construction company after studying an HND in Quantity Surveying. Monika, from Kirkcaldy, is due to complete her HND in June but has already secured a quantity surveying traineeship with local firm Napier CS Ltd.
Fife Council leaders David Alexander and David Ross were joined by pupils, project contractors and council officers yesterday to mark the beginning of construction work at the new Dunfermline Learning Campus.
Fife College and Fife Council Economic Development are launching a major new initiative that develops opportunities for small and medium-sized construction businesses as they recover, sustain and seek ways of working more efficiently, following the major challenges of COVID-19 and exiting the EU.
Fife College has been given the green light to progress to the next stage of its project to deliver the first net zero tertiary education building in Scotland from the Scottish Government.
Scottish businesses of all sizes will have a unique opportunity to learn about a huge range of contract opportunities on two major construction projects in Fife at a virtual ‘Meet the Buyer’ event on November 4, as part of Fife Business Week. Delegates will hear about the range of opport
Fife College has appointed Balfour Beatty to construct its new Dunfermline Campus.
CR Smith and Fife College have joined forces to create a brand new, fast-track training scheme for would-be joiners to help address the growing demand for trade skills.
Fife College has welcomed Kirkcaldy-based company Astrak as it became the first small or medium enterprise (SME) in Fife to benefit from the Flexible Workforce Development Fund.
Many Scottish construction companies don’t realise there is funding and support available to help them with business growth and resilience, an AM Bid #LinkedInLive session on building resilience help for construction sector SMEs has discussed.