Young women from across Central Scotland participating in the ‘Women into Construction’ programme have completed a three-day course to build a wind turbine facilitated by contractor GRAHAM. ‘Women into Construction’ has been devised by Action for Children to encourage more fe
Contractor GRAHAM is marking Scottish Apprenticeship Week (2-6 March) with an apprentice recruitment drive for new talent. GRAHAM’s building division in Scotland has created five apprentice positions, across various skill levels and abilities, including design management, construction programm
GRAHAM has hosted City of Edinburgh Council leader Adam McVey at Meadowbank Stadium to showcase the progress being made on the £45 million project to build a new state-of-the-art sports centre. Crawford McGhie, Senior Manager, estates and operational support, CEC, GRAHAM senior
Construction company GRAHAM has agreed a partnership with ‘sport for employment’ charity Street League. Street League targets sports to engage with young people, as well as teach them the key life and work skills they need to move into sustainable employment.
Around 1,000 S1–S6 pupils and parents took part in a career carousel event in Kilmarnock Academy, supported by GRAHAM – the construction company delivering early years centres in Stewarton, Cumnock and Kilmaurs as part of the East Ayrshire Early Years Expansion Programme.
A team of landscapers has teamed up with a commercial nursery to supply plants and complete the soft landscape contract element of the enabling works for the new £163.7 million hospital and cancer treatment centre in Aberdeen.
Pupils from Netherthird Primary School and Early Years Centre have taken part in a competition organised by GRAHAM to showcase their artistic flare. GRAHAM site manager Gareth Minnis with Kayla Chalmers, primary six, Kali Phillips, primary three and nursery pupil Lacey McCreadie
GRAHAM is working with communities in East Ayrshire to donate expertise and resources to local projects. A group of local children and volunteers at Netherthird Community Garden with GRAHAM apprentices