Hard Hats off this month to Hudson Contract client, DPH Construction, which has come to the rescue of seventeen youngsters whose fledgling careers were hanging in the balance in the wake of the Carillion collapse.
The company, which operates across the North-East, has intervened to ensure the apprentices get the essential on-the-job experience they need to complete their qualifications. Aged between sixteen and twenty, they are all completing bricklaying courses at colleges in Newcastle and Sunderland.
DPH Construction Director Dean Hogarty explains: “Taking the decision to help these lads was easy. I started out as an apprentice myself, and after thirty years in the bricklaying industry, it’s important to me to offer the same opportunities to others. Some of them, although employed by Carillion, had been working on our sites, with a lot of time invested into them and their skills already.”
We would like to announce that we have recently assisted in achieving NHBC article in the job awards for the main contractor on the projects listed below. We would like to thank all of those that have been involved in these.
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