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New apprentices with City Building chair, Cllr Paul Carey City Building (Glasgow) LLP has continued to lead the way in delivering apprenticeships by recruiting 81 apprentices this year and offered contract extensions to 127 time out apprentices.

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L-R: David Watson, Chairman, Ronald McDonald House - Jackie Bird - Alastair Wylie, CCG Chairman & Chief Executive BBC newsreader Jackie Bird broke ground last week to mark the start of leading charity Ronald McDonald House’s new facility at the South Glasgow Hospitals campus.

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The Glasgow School of Art is seeking an architect-led, multi-disciplinary design team to lead the restoration of the world famous Mackintosh Building to a fully functioning art, architecture and design school following the fire earlier this year.

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Network Rail has unveiled updated designs for how Glasgow Queen Street station will look as it enters the second phase of public consultation on the proposed £104m transformation. The company said the new designs reflect changes made to the plans following the first round of consultation with passe

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VINCI Construction Grands Projects, working in a 50-50 joint venture with Costain, will build the Shieldhall tunnel in Glasgow for Scottish Water. The structure, the largest wastewater storage tunnel in Scotland, is designed to improve water quality and help cope with the risk of flooding in the cit

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BAM Properties has sold its commercial property development Connect110ns in the heart of Glasgow’s premier commercial and retail district to Deutsche Asset & Wealth Management (Deutsche AWM).

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Plans to develop two new £15 million primary schools have been given the green light by Glasgow City Council, according to the Evening Express. Broomhill Primary, in the West End, will be built on the site of the current school in Edgehill Road, with pupils being moved to nearby Ladywell school dur

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BAM Properties and Taylor Clark Properties have announced plans to jointly develop 300,000sq ft. of space in Atlantic Square, Glasgow to offer one of the largest office developments in the city. Their joint venture is about to seek planning permission from Glasgow City Council.

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Glasgow City Council has today approved the next steps required to deliver the £250 million regeneration of the Sighthill area of the city which will see almost 800 new homes and a new school campus providing new sports and community facilities.

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A historic Glasgow office block has been brought into the 21st century following a £1.9 million facelift. The Culzean Building has undergone major renovations which have included the introduction of air conditioning and the owners have now launched a search for new tenants.

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Lysander Student Properties Limited, a joint venture between Kier Property and Amber Infrastructure Limited, has appointed Kier Construction to carry out a £10m redevelopment of Clifton House and Stewart House into high quality student accommodation. Both properties are located in Glasgow’s west

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A Glasgow multi discipline construction business has been awarded with Investors in Young People (IIYP) accreditation. Baillieston-based GMG Contractors Ltd was presented with its plaque last week by representatives from Investors in People Scotland.

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