Farrans Sacyr JV donates personal protective equipment to Tree NI
Farrans Sacyr JV, which is currently delivering Belfast Grand Central Station, has donated Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) to participants on a construction course being delivered by Tree NI, a training organisation based in South Belfast.
Attendees on the course will complete construction qualifications and work experience in different skills such as plastering and tiling to enable them to progress into careers in the industry.
As part of our delivery of Belfast Grand Central Station on behalf of Translink, Farrans Sacyr is committed to a programme of impactful initiatives that has seen them work in partnership with a number of local groups and key stakeholders to deliver positive, long lasting social, economic and environmental outcomes.
Graham Bowden, manager at Tree NI said: “We really appreciate the support with the PPE and look forward to continuing to strengthen relationships between ourselves as a community based training provider and Farrans Sacyr while they are working on Belfast Grand Central Station project which is located on the doorstep of our local community.”
Pictured left to right: Graham Bowden, Tree NI, Duane McCreadie, Farrans Sacyr and Samuel Wilson, Tree NI.