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Kier corporate responsibility co-ordinator Terry Hanlon visited Stockton Riverside College to set a group of bricklaying students the challenge of building a 4m-high pyramid from only wooden sticks and elastic bands. The task highlighted the importance of communication and teamwork within the industry.
Pupils got their first peek inside the new Gloucester Academy when the Kier Construction site team opened its doors early. The site team held a number of tours giving students the opportunity to get a real feel for their new school building and learn about the construction methods used.
Derek Smith and Bryan Roberts spent several hours clearing an area of land for the Boston Child Minding Service for use as an allotment. The newly available space will be used by children from 26 child minding groups as extra space for plants. The aim of the scheme is to educate children about healthy eating, and teach them how to grow and care for plants and vegetables.
Nineteen Kier Construction managers and directors got stuck in to ‘Calamity Kitchen’ to raise a fantastic £10,700 for The Kier Foundation. Tickets were sold out weeks in advance, with many clients and suppliers seizing the opportunity to be waited on hand and foot by the Kier directors. The Kier cooks prepared two starters, mains and desserts before serving them up to 160 hungry guests at Newmarket Racecourse.
An estimated crowd was thrilled by a sparkling fireworks display at Coram’s Fields in King’s Cross once again this year after Kier stepped forward as sponsor and provided funding for the event for the second year running.
Eighteen teams of Kier Services employees and their supply chain partners raced their way to raising over for The Kier Foundation in an outdoor endurance karting challenge at Daytona Karting, Milton Keynes.