Community Support During Lockdown

The Auriens House site security provider Frankton Group have supported Age UK on behalf of Multiplex across the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea by helping to deliver critical supplies to the local community during the coronavirus pandemic.

Over 200 meals and care packages are distributed every day to ensure that older people in the borough receive ongoing food parcels and other essentials. This vital outreach program supports those who need it most all through charitable donations.

Multiplex were delighted to see a member of their supply chain so enthusiastic to make a positive impact in the local area. The council have expressed their gratitude to Auriens Chelsea project with Lorna Hughes, RBKC Community Engagement Team saying:

“We at the Council are very grateful to you and so pleased that you had a good time. It certainly has taken many people from different walks of life to get through this emergency.”

This engagement was possible due to the ongoing collaboration and communication about community engagement that occurs between Multiplex and all subcontractors on the project. It is great to see that when there is a time of need the project is able to pool resources and respond with assistance to those who need it.

This example of best practice is just one way that projects can work to tackle the virus and reduce the spread. For full guidance and the latest Government advice read the Construction Leadership Council’s Site Operating Procedures.

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