New College Lanarkshire is one of the largest colleges in Scotland and operates across Lanarkshire and East Dunbartonshire, with campuses in Cumbernauld, Motherwell, Coatbridge, Kirkintilloch, Hamilton and Broadwood. With more than 10,000 students, New College Lanarkshire provides outstanding learning opportunities and has high impact partnerships within the public, business and third sectors.

The college offers courses that are designed to provide focused skills in bricklaying, with industry-recognised qualifications and certificates that will enable students to forge rewarding careers in construction.

CPI EuroMix visited bricklaying students at the college earlier this month and also supplied bulk bags of limesand training material for them to use.


Speaking on the visit, Yvonne Foley from CPI EuroMix said: “We were delighted to meet the bricklaying staff and students. We were greeted so warmly and were inspired by the students’ talent and the staff’s dedication. It was inspiring to see so many students pursuing careers in bricklaying – we certainly look forward to seeing them on sites in the future!”



CPI Mortars is the market leader in dry mortar technology and has established a solid track record with many of the leading house builders, contractors, architects and consultants.

EuroMix is a range of mortars, renders and screeds, factory produced using dried sand, cement, lime if required, and other additives, delivered to site in a silo complete with mixing equipment. When delivered, the silo contains 16 tonnes of dry material, which produces about 10m³ of mortar. It can hold up to 35 tonnes when refilled by tanker.

Once power and water supplies are connected, a constant supply of high quality mortar or render is available at the push of a button. Operating from nine sites throughout the UK the company provides a productive, efficient and cost effective solution to all construction site mortar and render requirements and the company’s distinctive red and white EuroMix silos have become a familiar feature on many building sites throughout the country.


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