ADCW brightens up local school
Aspire Defence Capital Works has been praised by a local school for redecoration and groundworks carried out there recently.
ADCW Perham Down was approached by Clarendon Infants’ School in Tidworth, with a request to help improve its interior and exterior spaces as part of wider refurbishment works.
A team of ADCW staff went into the school in February and April half terms to repaint two classrooms and brighten up the learning space. They also removed five dead and dying trees in January 2018.
In a letter of thanks to ADCW, Helen Price, Business Manager at Clarendon Infants’ School, wrote:
“We are really pleased with the classrooms that have been redecorated. This has made a huge difference to the light levels and has created a much brighter place for children and staff to teach and learn. The tree work has made our outside spaces safe and tidy for the children and the wider school community. We look forward to a continuing relationship with Aspire and are extremely appreciative of Aspire’s ongoing support.”
This project was a ‘perfect fit’ for ADCW because it aligns with our corporate values of Safety First and Care & Respect. It also supports our assessment under the Considerate Contractors Scheme, which monitors the performance of construction sites and rewards those which demonstrate the highest levels of consideration towards the public, workforce and the environment.
Tom Barnes, Project Manager (TidNBul) ADCW, said:
“We always welcome opportunities to engage with the local community and maintain a positive image of construction, so we were very pleased to undertake this work for Clarendon Infants’ School. We’re delighted that the staff and children are happy with the results.”