As part of Balfour Beatty’s commitment to engaging with and inspiring the next generation of construction professionals, Community Benefits Advisor, Duncan Gardner, attended Perth Grammar’s Careers Fair to talk about careers in Construction with Balfour Beatty.
As part of the SCAPE framework requirement for the A9/A85 Perth Transport Futures Project, Balfour Beatty, in partnership with Perth and Kinross Council are required to demonstrate a commitment to employment opportunities and skills development throughout the duration of the contract.
As part of the SCAPE framework requirements for our A9/A85 Junction Improvements and Link Road to Bertha Park Phase 1 Project and Almondbank Flood Prevention Scheme, ten unemployed people received six weeks on and offsite training in conjunction with JB Safesite Training.
Balfour Beatty constantly strives to find new and innovative ways to engage with school pupils and spark their interest in engineering. The importance of forging strong links with partners in education cannot be underestimated, as the industry tries to tackle the skills shortage that it currently faces.