In March 2014, Ardmore Contruction were approached by co-ordinators involved in an after school play shelter at Tower Bridge School. Their mission was to find a contractor who would help renovate an old swimming pool area that was allocated to them within Tower Bridge School, this was to secure 50 places for children whose parents have a low income. The original space area could only accommodate a very small group of children.
Ardmore were delighted to be able to support this project and immediately set to work with drawings and a programme of works that included digging out the floor, screeding, new floor covering, painting, fitting bespoke and child friendly cupboards, fitting a new kitchen area with water heater, fitting new windows and new furnishings.
The Play shelter has now been opened by local MP Neil Coyle who said:
“The Refurbished room means that the after school club now have the facilities and space to provide a range of informal learning opportunities and activities for the children attending the After School Play Centre. We are all very pleased and excited about the way the room has been refurbished. The room now has a light and airy feel which is bright and cheerful. Ardmore has enabled the room to become a functioning space that will be enjoyed by over 50 children and will be a sustainable area for many years to come.”
Good deeds and goodwill gestures like this will help to create a positive impression of the construction industry.
Entry submitted by Ardmore Construction. People involved in this project from Ardmore include: James Byrne - Director Ardmore, Joe Pitt - Project Manager, Eillish Kwai - Community Liaison, Bella Murtagh - Plumbing Apprentice, Wayne Sewell - Electrical Apprentice, Ray Moyler - Carpentry Apprentice
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