Scottish Apprentice Week

Scottish Apprenticeship WeekScottish Apprenticeship Week: 4th – 8th March

We’re celebrating how apprenticeships help to discover the next generation of talent. BHC encourage our apprentices every step of the way as they gain skills for life that benefit our clients and our local community.

Each year BHC hold our annual Apprentice Open Day in June with the aim of recruiting 10-15 first year apprentices.

BHC offers the British Constructional Steelwork Association’s 4 year apprenticeship program.

Highlights of 2018

Highlights of 2018

 

 

As 2018 comes to an end, BHC look back on our success on sites across the United Kingdom. 

This past year we have been involved in projects as far south as Drake Circus Leisure Development in Plymouth, to projects located as north as the Inverurie Community Campus.

We’ve worked on projects as small as the 20 tonne Dundee RCPP for MVV environment and as large as the 15,000 tonne redevelopment of the Edinburgh St James centre.

 

We would like to wish you all a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year and look forward to seeing what 2019 brings.

Supervisor 2020

Supervisor 2020

Congratulations to Ryan Forsyth, Stephen Ferguson and Stuart Wilson who have successfully completed their Supervisor 2020 programme. They were presented with their certificates on the 5th September at the Royal Society of Edinburgh building, George Street, Edinburgh by Tim Kelly, Project Director of the redevelopment of Edinburgh St James Centre for Laing O’Rourke.

2018 Apprentices

2018 Apprentices

BHC would like to thank everyone that made the effort to attend our Apprenticeship Open Day in June.

Following the success of the day, we have hired 17 apprentices for our manufacturing workshop. The group included Apprentice CNC Operatives, Fabricator Welders, Industrial Spray Painters and Platers.

The apprenticeship is a modular based training course that is completed within the workplace. The modules will be used to guide the apprentices through the various aspects of the role e.g. the Fabricator Welders will gain experience in the role of marking, cutting and assembling steel components with the assistance of those who have the skills and experience to guide them.

On completion of the apprenticeship, employees will be awarded the BCSA CRAFT Apprenticeship.

Tough Mudder 2018

Tough Mudder 2018

Last weekend a team of BHC employees successfully completed Tough Mudder 2018!

BHC Open Day 2018

BHC will be opening our doors to the local community on Wednesday 6th June 2018 BHC will be hosting our Annual Apprentice Open Day. 

There are many career options within the Structural Steel industry. Where you start does not matter as much as the many different directions you can take and how far you are willing to go.

At BHC, we offer a 4 year apprenticeship programme devised by the BCSA (British Constructional Steelwork Association). As an apprentice, you will learn on the job, build skills and gain qualifications for life.

BHC Apprentice Open Day 2018

Wednesday 6th June

BHC, Medwyn Park, Edinburgh Road, Carnwath, ML11 8HS.

To register your interest email Nicola Young – nyoung@bhc.ltd.uk.

 

 

BHC Achievements

Congratulations

Congratulations are in order this month!

Two of BHC’s Structural Engineers – Alistair and Hoang – successfully passed their IStructE Chartership exam.

Additionally, Billy our Transport Manager has passed his CPC exam and Jimmy our RWC has received news of passing the Diploma in Welding Technology.

 

BHC sponsor Shotts Thistles AFC

BHC have sponsored the 2017 – 2018 Shotts Thistle AFC football kits.

Shotts Thistle AFC

The team comprise of a number of BHC’s workshop employees and apprentices with home games taking place at Calderhead High School, Shotts. Back in 2010, BHC were responsible for providing the structural steelwork and metal decking for the High School.

West Lothian College visit BHC.

Mechanical Engineering Students gain insight into BHC operations.

Recently BHC welcomed a group of Mechanical Engineering Students to our premises in Carnwath. The students were given a brief presentation and tour regarding their chosen specialist subjects including; materials used at BHC, manufacturing processes and facilities and the use of renewable energy sources at BHC.

Job Opportunity: Assistant Administrator – Vacancy Fulfilled

Assistant Administrator

BHC is one of the UK’s leading Structural Steel Fabrication and Construction companies supplying and erecting fabricated steel throughout the UK and Ireland.

We currently have a vacancy for an Assistant Administrator to support our drawing office and production teams.

Duties of the Administrator include:

  • Receive drawings from BHC / external drawing offices / technical personnel / external sources (Arch, Eng etc.) and upload to correct locations.
  • Update drawing registers.
  • Ensure correct revisions are on drawings.
  • Issue updated drawings and registers when changes happen or when requests are made to receive.
  • Review notification information and issue out lists of new information / drawings or links to relevant persons.
  • Send drawing packages when requested to BHC personnel.
  • Issue out weekly reports to BHC personnel or external clients where required.
  • Ensure BHC teams are kept up to date with latest information.

Requirements of the role:

  • Strong and confident communicator.
  • Excellent organisational skills.
  • Microsoft Office proficient.
  • Willingness to learn.
  • Experience in a similar role would be advantageous, but the willingness to learn and develop in the role are equally as important.

Job location: – Carnwath, South Lanarkshire.

Applications to be sent via the BHC Job Enquiry Form