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It was Arthur McKay engineers that completed all the mechanical, electrical, public health and data installations to allow the building to re-open for its 90th anniversary, last year. However, Arthur McKay’s team recently went full circle, returning to the Russell Institute as part of the company’s joint community benefits initiative with Renfrewshire Council.
Operations Managers Gordon McLeod (Mechanical) and Adam Ronald (Electrical) returned to the site of the building they helped renovate last year to deliver an industry awareness talk. They gave the group, who are studying to attain their CSCS cards (Construction Skills Certification Scheme) and are seeking a career in construction, the benefit of their collective knowledge and experience.
Therese McKendrick, Economic Development Officer, commented:
“The team from Invest in Renfrewshire were delighted to welcome local Renfrewshire based business Arthur McKay to our employability services here at The Russell Institute in Paisley. As part of Arthur McKay’s commitment to community benefits they delivered an Industry Awareness Session to our clients who are unemployed and looking for employment in their industry.
Invest in Renfrewshire clients were delighted to learn of the current recruitment opportunities, apprenticeships and the types of candidates and recruitment process Arthur McKay are looking to employ in their future workforce.
Particular thanks to Adam Ronald and Gordon McLeod from Arthur McKay for their time and input speaking to the group and, in addition to this, they also took the time to speak to Invest in Renfrewshire clients on a 1 – 1 basis to answer their individual questions.
We look forward to working with Arthur McKay through Invest in Renfrewshire in the near future“.
To find out more about the work at the Russell Institute, see the Project Case Study.
More information on Invest in Renfrewshire can be found on their website.
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