MSP Gil Paterson has visited a construction company transforming the townscape of Clydebank to mark Apprenticeship Week.
CCG Scotland has been tasked the on-going housing development at the former St Andrew’s School site off Glasgow Road.
Other ongoing and upcoming projects include a care home and units at Queens Quay and the Clydebank East flats, currently being demolished.
Mr Paterson praised the unique approach taken by CCG, which builds homes mostly prefabricated in its Cambuslang factory.
On Monday February 2, the MSP visited the factory before being given a closer look at the St Andrew’s development and to meet apprentices.
Mr Paterson said: “I was thrilled to meet CCG director Calum Murray and his team at their huge factory in Cambuslang before heading out to the building site in Clydebank.
“The factory is an incredible production line of modern, efficient and innovative house building – where one wall module can be completed in an hour.
“The site at Clydebank, where CCG is building terrific looking social housing, was an excellent opportunity to meet some of the apprentices at work.
“I would like to thank Calum Murray and CCG for having me along to see their work, I was left very impressed with their efforts in helping to reshape Clydebank.”