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    Construction industry helps Keyham recovery for free

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    Bookings open for Mission Mammoth STEAMFest 2024 #Smeaton300

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    With over 180 jobs roles available, there is something for everyone in the world of construction.

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WHO WE ARE

Working in close partnership with employers to build the future.

Build your future with Building Plymouth – a council-led partnership that connects local people with career opportunities in the world of construction and the built environment to help fill vacancies needed for the biggest capital build in 25 years in the city.

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Careers

CAREERS

With over 180 job roles to choose from, there is something for everyone in the world of construction and the built environment.

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Employers

EMPLOYERS

With a bank of CVs and workers eager to join the construction industry, we can help match your vacancies to willing and talented local people.

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Training

TRAINING

With the world of construction ever-changing, keep up-to-date with the latest in training schemes, upskilling and new qualifications.

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NEWS AND MEDIA

LATEST NEWS

May 07

Construction industry helps Keyham recovery for free

Residents of three households in Keyham are thrilled that work has begun to repair the damage caused to their properties during the bomb incident earlier this year, thanks to thirteen local companies who have volunteered time, materials and equipment.

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May 06

Building Plymouth Hosting Meet The City Buyer Event

Building Plymouth, the Council-led sector skills partnership with construction and built environment is hosting the next Meet the City Buyers event at the University of Plymouth on Thursday 6 June.

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May 05

Bookings open for Mission Mammoth STEAMFest 2024 #Smeaton300

Local primary school and home educated children are invited to take on a MAMMOTH design challenge this summer and to meet a real-life civil engineer as part John Smeaton’s 300th anniversary.

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