Plymouth City Council is delighted to welcome UK construction group Morgan Sindall and the national architect and architectural consultancy Stride Treglown to Building Plymouth.
Morgan Sindall and Stride Treglown are the latest organisations to invest in the Council led Building Plymouth partnership, joining fifteen existing project sponsors: AECOM, City College Plymouth, Constructing Excellence, Kier, Midas, mi-space, Millfields Trust, Plymouth City Council, Plymouth Community Homes, Plymouth Construction Training Group, Redrow, Ryearch, Skills Group, South Devon College and SWH Group.
Council Leader Ian Bowyer said: “We are very pleased to welcome both Morgan Sindall and Stride Treglown as new project sponsors for Building Plymouth. The funding through this innovative partnership will enable us to get local people into jobs and apprenticeships; raise the awareness of the exciting and diverse career opportunities; and to help increase the local availability of construction skills so that Plymouth can fully utilise the opportunities ahead.”
Nigel Whelan, Area Manager Construction South said: “Morgan Sindall are pleased to announce that they have recently become project sponsors of Building Plymouth, who are continuing their excellent work in getting local people connected with the construction industry, through schools, academies and local training providers. It is imperative that a close working relationship is forged with local sub-contractors to encourage their continued and co-ordinated involvement in local building schemes. We look forward to being a part of what we believe will be an invaluable asset to the construction industry in Plymouth.”
David Bayliss, Divisional Director Project Manager said: “Stride Treglown are delighted to become one of the Sponsors of Building Plymouth so we can work with like-minded organisations to show case and encourage more people to join the Construction Industry. We are passionate about the built environment and we want to help others to show what a rewarding career it can provide across a very wide spectrum or roles within the construction consultancy disciplines.”
Local people interested in the construction and built environment can find out more about jobs, apprenticeship and training opportunities in the SWH Group and Building Plymouth Job Shop located on Mayflower Street. Find out more atwww.buildingplymouth.co.uk