Part of the Cube ethos is to support its local community, whether that is by seeking partnerships with local businesses or local schools and part of that relationship is best exemplified by what MD Jim Mallam’s created in the form of the Cube Challenge.
Cube, in partnership with Kimberley STEM College, created an extra curricular project for participating students to gain vital industry experience of contributing to aspects of a live Cube Project.
Cube staff dedicated an afternoon per week over a two term period to attending classes with the students (Aged 15-17) and created a bespoke challenge for each of the three teams.
The teams were challenged to provide specific options of appraisal for individual elements of the project: technical, environmental and commercial. Each member of the team had particular areas to research before contributing to the final end of term team presentation in front of invited guests.
Cube are hoping to announce the launch of a new challenge with another participating College in September.
Cube staff are involved in all number of activities across several sectors and as such they like to share industry best practice, and write both newsletters and blogs.
Viewers will be able to keep up to date with sector changes and challenges from bodies such as RICS, DoE and other governing or government institutions.
Cube offer a number of in-house Workshops, such as, ’How to Prepare your Condition Improvement Fund Bid’ and ‘Academy Compliance Audits’ and details for registering will later be found on this page.
Included below are some of the recent press releases and press coverage of Cube activities: