Neil Lockett, Major Projects Manager, was recently presented with a trophy for his teams continuous Proactive SHE Performance whilst working on a project in partnership with an external CDM co-ordinator for a plastic manufacturing firm.
Over the past couple of months, Neil has also been awarded two cheques for £500 each, each to commend our employees for their proactive Safety, Health and Environmental culture. Boulting's Management team have kindly offered to match the awards and donate a total of £2000 to a local food bank charity, the Salvation Army, who are currently running a project to help homeless and vulnerable adults in the local area, called the Bridge Project.
The cheque was presented to Major Paul Fisher (pictured left) of the Salvation Army on the 18th June by Neil Lockett.
Major Paul Fisher commented that ‘this will go a long way and it's very much appreciated'.
Collaboration from concept to construction
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Engineering standards and the importance of professional registration
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