As we aim to adapt to working in both this very disruptive and fast changing time, our main priority is the safety and well-being of all our occupiers, staff and their families. From last week, we introduced strict measures in line with UK government advice and introduced new hygiene, social distancing and pre-meeting screening protocols in all our workplaces as well as finding new ways to operate remotely. The facilities management teams are working shift patterns in between the office and home. They are still fully contactable on all the usual phone numbers: https://www.hillingtonpark.com/contact/.
Finally we would like to express our sympathies to everyone who has been affected and continues to be affected by the COVID-19 virus. We would also like to show our support to the key workers including doctors, nurses and teachers who are working tirelessly across the country.
Hillington Park Headquartered Construction and fit out company, Pacific Building, recently celebrated as one of its young trainees were named Carpentry and Joinery Apprentice of the Year at Glasgow Clyde College.
Conner Skea, has just completed his first year at the college’s Anniesland campus and was presented with a shield and medal during the prize-giving ceremony.
Connor said: “I love working with Pacific – it’s a great place to learn and the team of guys around me are all brilliant. To have won this award is a real surprise, and it has made me so proud. And I would like to see it as a tribute to the professionalism of all the guys who help me every day at work. The experience I have gained has been excellent – and I look forward to more good times in the months and years ahead.”
Pacific Managing Director Brian Gallacher said: “Connor is a credit to Pacific and to himself. To have won the Apprentice of the Year award from such a large student population is quite something. As a company, we pride ourselves in the investments we make in training and people – not to mention futures. The evidence is there for all to see that we are reaping the rewards of that approach. Well done, Connor.”