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GRAHAM Construction positively engaged with its supply chain partners at the Murrays’ Mills development in Ancoats, Greater Manchester.

They created a supply chain breakfast event targeting each of the sub-contractors working with GRAHAM to address issues surrounding social local impact.

The breakfast event showcased GRAHAM’s efforts in community engagement to create new jobs, apprenticeships and work placement opportunities.

It also reflected the client Manchester Life Development Company’s aims to address the industry skills gap through temporary labour, upskilling opportunities within the workforce and supporting employees in upgrading their CSCS cards.

To emphasise the importance of attending this supply chain breakfast and show his support to the cause, GRAHAM Regional Contract Director, Graeme Moffat, personally liaised with key contacts at the sub-contractors to co-ordinate the event.

Graeme said:

“At GRAHAM we strive to be a leader in community engagement and good practice within the construction industry and we work hard to deliver a positive local impact on all our developments. Ancoats is a rapidly developing area full of building activity and having a well communicated strategy with the supply chain helps provide a positive impact for the local labour market. The breakfast event was also used to engage with stakeholders from GRAHAM who will be working on Murrays’ Mills and inform them of the beneficial effect that building activity can have on the local area.”

 

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