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Apprenctices work on Centenary Quay project
1:30pm Tuesday 5th March 2013 in News
Two apprentices from Southampton are showing a developer’s commitment to the city’s youth while working on one of the city’s largest building projects.
For the last two years 26-year-old Holly-Jane Boylan and Sam Rutter, 16, have been forging their own career paths while working on Crest Nicholson’s Centenary Quay development in Woolston.
Comprising of 1,620 new homes, Centenary Quay will provide accommodation for 3,000 people, regenerating the Southampton suburb. Crest Nicholson said apprentices are a significant part of the firm’s workforce and hiring apprentices is a “key priority”.