An architectural technology graduate representing New College Lanarkshire has won a national competition for digital construction. Pawel Kudosz finished in first place in the Autodesk Digital Construction Challenge 2020. The online competition involved 25 students representing nine institutions acro
Lecturers in Computer Aided Design (CAD) at New College Lanarkshire have continued to provide training to industry during lockdown having transitioned to online delivery for employees of Keppie Design and Babcock International Group.
Three young women are carving out a career in joinery as they begin their Modern Apprenticeship training at New College Lanarkshire. Hollie McArthur, Sarah Healy and Helena Montague all secured apprenticeships after completing introductory courses in Construction at the Motherwell campus.
Three female students who completed a Construction Pre-Apprenticeship course at New College Lanarkshire have secured Modern Apprenticeships in joinery. Hollie McArthur beat scores of other applicants to gain a job as an apprentice joiner with Barratt Homes.
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
Morrison Construction paid a visit to New College Lanarkshire to give pre-apprentices an insight into the career opportunities available in the construction industry. Economic performance manager Jim Johnstone and assistant community skills manager Caitlin Quinn from the contractor visited the Mothe
Morgan Stanway Morgan Stanway is enjoying the first month of his working career secured during a recent work placement on Morrison Construction’s £37 million Cumbernauld Academy and Cumbernauld Theatre project.
Participants (from left) Kerrie-Anne Tidser, Hollie McArthur, Helena Montague and Nicole Scott with their certificates hub South West has concluded its first highly successful eight week introductory course aimed at getting more women into the construction industry.
Infrastructure partnership hub South West is throwing its weight behind a new initiative which is aimed at encouraging greater female career participation in the construction sector. In partnership with its main contracting partners – Kier, GRAHAM, Morrisons and Morgan Sindall – hub South West i
Morrison Construction talks to Built Environment students at New College Lanarkshire Built Environment students from New College Lanarkshire enjoyed an insight into the work that goes into a £43 million building project during a visit from Morrison Construction.
Graham Construction apprentices Reiss Fleming, 17, Andrew Coyle, 22, Thomas McGoran, 19, Liam McMillan, 24, Kayleigh Murdoch, 21, Shams Rahimi, 24 with Fulton MacGregor MSP and representatives from Graham Construction and NHS Lanarkshire Coatbridge and Chryston MSP Fulton MacGregor visited the site