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The Cruden Building way

At Cruden Building, we like to do things a bit differently. Where others see problems, we see solutions, which is vital in an industry where things can and do go wrong. Our customers and partners know we’re a safe pair of hands who’ll always get the job done, and we always work closely with them for the best results. That’s the way we like to get the job done.

 

Latest Projects

BIRT Continuing Care Bungalows Springburn

BIRT Continuing Care Bungalows, Springburn

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ARBD Facility Tollcross

ARBD Facility, Tollcross, Glasgow

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Commonwealth Games Athletes Village Glasgow

Commonwealth Games, Athletes Village, Glasgow

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Cruden keep ahead of the market and the Beast from the East

Construction output continued its recent decline with its biggest month-on-year fall in five years; the latest figures from the ONS (Office of National Statistics) have shown.

Output continued its recent three-month on three-month decline, falling by 0.8% in February. This was driven predominantly by a continued decline in repair and maintenance work, which fell by 2.6% in the same month; construction output also declined by 1.6% month-on-month, stemming from a 9.4% decrease in new infrastructure work.

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Insight: Building a career in construction by Allan Callaghan, managing director of Cruden Building & Renewals Limited

As industries continue to change and evolve, construction is going through its own transformation – shifting from a male-dominated, traditional profession to a much more innovative, diverse and collaborative industry with wider career horizons than ever before.

This bodes well, as much for the Scottish economy as the construction industry itself, because without change and diversity, construction will be at risk of becoming as solid and unmoving as the buildings we create.

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Case Study: My apprenticeship with Cruden was the start of an amazing career – Jennifer Gibson

When I left school, like so many other teenagers I had no idea what I wanted to do with the rest of my life. I didn’t have the qualifications to get into university, so I ended up working full time in a shoe shop. I didn’t take long to realise that retail was not the career for me, so it was fortunate that I heard from a family friend about an opportunity to become an apprentice painter. Sick of the sight of feet, I jumped at the chance – and it was the best decision I could have made.

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