A team of workers from City Building (Glasgow) LLP travelled to Malawi to carry out critical improvements on a medical centre.
And now they have been hailed for their efforts in a motion in the Scottish Parliament and an Early Day Motion in the House of Commons.
Cathcart SNP MSP, James Dornan singled out the team of six tradespeople and two Commonwealth apprentices for praise.
Mr Dornan said: "I was delighted to lay down a motion in Parliament recognising the great work of City Building and Access on their recent trip to Malawi.
"I know just how important refurbishment projects can be to the people of that part of Africa."
The City Building team worked with Glasgow City Council and Access LLP, built a new kitchen and toilet at the medical centre, as well as a new dental suite, pharmacy and laboratory.
In addition, all the centre's rooms were decorated and re-floored.
The team also built short stay accommodation, a breakout area for parents and children, an outdoor play area and a ramp to ensure the facility is accessible.
Councillor Paul Carey, chairman of City Building, said: "It's a great boost to us to see the hard work our team undertook during their visit to Lilongwe recognised by James Dornan in the Scottish Parliament.
Meanwhile, an Early Day Motion was proposed by a group of MPs, including John Robertson, MP for Glasgow North West; John Robertson, MP for Glasgow North West; Ian Davidson, MP for Glasgow South West; and Tom Clarke, MP for Coatbridge and Airdrie.
It reads: "That this House congratulates the teams from Glasgow's City Building and Access who recently travelled to Malawi to deliver humanitarian aid."