Entries by Paul Watkins

Roller Ramp

Published 10 November 2020

This site purchased a roller ramp to assist with moving materials in many locations where levels

Site Team Exercise

Published 2 November 2020

Sitting at a PC all day is not good for the mind or the body so the site team looked at solutions

Electric Bike

Published 26 October 2020

Due to the site having two sections that are a 1 mile round trip and the site manager having

Alternative to Single Use Plastic

Published 5 October 2020

It is estimated our industry disposes of 2 million plastic sealant cartridges each week in the

Reducing Environmental Impact of Signage

Published 30 September 2020

A significant amount of signage is used each year and typically this is made from a PVC plastic

Lazer Level with Vacuum Suction

Published 7 July 2020

On this project they are using a lazer level with a vacuum suction function which instantly

Drawings on Large Screens

Published 7 July 2020

During these times of change due to the pandemic we have been looking at ways to change. We have

Window Protection

Published 17 February 2020

We have started using a spray on window protection, which is more environmentally friendly than

Heras Fence Lifter

Published 3 February 2020

The project team have recently ordered two Heras fence lifters for their site, which makes carrying

Tarmac Planing

Published 27 January 2020

On this project, the team have used recycled road scalpings to form their site car park. They

Health and Wellbeing

Published 13 January 2020

Morgan Sindall and its subcontractors all have strong beliefs regarding the wellbeing of the

Recycled Christmas Tree

Published 13 January 2020

Christmas has passed, but during the run up to it, we got a trainee onsite to recycle old pallets

IPAF Entry Locked Cherry Pickers

Published 21 October 2019

The steelwork erector's cherry pickers were delivered to site with access control systems fitted.

War on Waste Personal Pledges

Published 21 October 2019

Construction as an industry (along with many other industries and the world as a whole) produces

Pedestrian Walkways

Published 11 October 2019

Instead of buying in paving slabs to put around welfare which would only be thrown away at the end

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