Making a Carving from a Felled Tree

Construction work can cause a great deal of disruption for the local community. Contractors should be considerate towards their neighbours, and make efforts to improve relationships with their community.

See the examples below for how one site addressed this:

  • Site worked with a local woodcarver to produce a carving from a huge felled tree.
  • The carving represented links to the local St Gall’s church by featuring a bear and a dove, which link to the church’s history.
  • Smaller statues were also carved to be given away.

This art project will provide the community with a lasting legacy, demonstrating how construction work can have a positive impact on the community.

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Monitor report. Dawson-Wam Ltd. County Down. March 2017.


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