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Three international engineering teams are in the running to build the first opening road bridge over the River Clyde. Artist impression of the proposed River Clyde bridge. Image credit: Kettle Collective/Sweco

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New graduate Eimear McLaughlin is celebrating being offered a full-time job with GRAHAM after the company supported her with summer placements and part-time work throughout her degree. Eimear, 22, from Renfrew, graduated with a first-class honours degree in Construction Management from Edinburgh Nap

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GRAHAM has launched a ‘100 Day Challenge’ for staff across Scotland as part of the company’s health and wellbeing calendar. Marie-Louise Barter, IT business engagement lead, Mark Gillespie, head of assurance, and Victoria Quinn, BI analyst

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Pupils at All Saints Secondary School have attended an open day offering an insight into career pathways in Science, Technology, Maths and Engineering (STEM), at a careers event organised to help young people who will soon be choosing their National Five subjects. Over 160 S2 students attended the e

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More people will gain access to engineering and construction education after Glasgow Caledonian University secured £5.4 million to become one of Scotland's largest providers of Graduate Apprenticeships. The funding award, from Skills Development Scotland (SDS), will allow the University to off

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An initiative that has already given a number of young women the skills to begin their careers in the built environment sector is gearing up to welcome its next cohort of ambitious students. Facilitated by New College Lanarkshire, the nine-week Females into Construction course is backed by several s

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GRAHAM has teamed up with training provider TIGERS to help deliver an event encouraging young women to consider careers in construction. The event, which was held at the TIGERS Skills Training Academy, encompassed live demonstrations of work tasks and opportunities for students from schools across G

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Work to remove parts of the former Meadowbank Stadium in a major milestone towards the delivery of a brand new sports centre for Edinburgh is now underway. The team at GRAHAM Construction, which was contracted by the City of Edinburgh Council in October to build the new state-of-the-art £45 mi

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Ceremonies to formally celebrate the start of building work for two major health facilities at Foresterhill Health Campus in Aberdeen were held yesterday. The £163.7 million Baird and ANCHOR Project is the largest project to be procured through the Health Facilities Scotland Framework to date.

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GRAHAM has been named as a global leader in people management practice having won the inaugural Excellence in Health and Wellbeing Award at the recent Investors in People Awards in London. The prestigious award, which was an international award across all industries, was in recognition of GRAHAM&rsq

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GRAHAM has shown its commitment to investing in the development of its workforce by delivering over £400,000 worth of fully-funded training courses to its staff and supply chain in Scotland. Over the last three years the firm has provided 30 members of staff with SVQ levels 7-11 qualifications

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Glasgow-based GRAHAM apprentice Shams Rahimi has expressed his “pride” after scooping two coveted awards at the Construction Industry Training Board Awards. Shams won the CITB ‘Scotland Apprentice of the Year Award’ and the ‘Scotland South Apprentice of the Year Award&r

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