Inspiring the next generation
Gorse Covert School in Warrington welcomed Kevin Hutchinson from our Civil Engineering and Infrastructure framework partners Balfour Beatty, to conduct a safety talk and then take part in a fun learning activity.
In addition to providing important safety guidance, these school visits are a great way to excite the next generation in considering construction as a potential career pathway.
This activity was delivered as a part of the recent Birchwood Pinchpoint project in Warrington, led by Balfour Beatty via the SCAPE National Civil Engineering and Infrastructure framework.
Thank you to the pupils and staff at Gorse Covert School. You were all fantastic!
School engagements are one of many Key Performance Indicators that SCAPE ensures are delivered as a part of each project.
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