The Prince's Trust and Robertson Tayside collaborated earlier this month to giving budding builders a taste of construction through the Future Starts programme. The Robertson site visit was part of a 'Future Starts' collaboration between the constructor and the Prince's Trust.
With a £120 million work-book and increasing staff numbers, we have now expanded our Tayside operation with the opening of a new office.
Pupils at Forfar Academy watched as their head teacher was rescued by firefighters from the top of a crane on Friday. Melvyn Lynch had to be saved from a height of around 25 metres - but the lunchtime drama was actually a Scottish Fire and Rescue Service training exercise.
We have been made aware that recruitment scammers are making fake job offers under the name of Robertson (or Robertson Construction, along with other variants). They are contacting job seekers through a number of channels, including LinkedIn, emails and illegitimate websites.
More construction apprenticeships will be available in Angus thanks to a new scheme launched today. As the first scheme of its kind in Scotland, the Angus Shared Apprentice Programme (ASAP) allows construction apprentices to complete a full apprenticeship programme by working with a number of different employers to gain the skill sets they require as they train to become qualified.
Local school pupils have taken a unique approach to health promotion by painting a mural on the hoardings around the new Brechin Community Campus construction site.
Strong foundations have been laid for the future of children in Cowie, with building work beginning on a new primary school and nursery yesterday (Thursday 25th June). It will be ready by the start of the new academic year in August 2016.