Another week, another Give and Gain day completed! This time round Jodi Turpin (Media and Marketing Officer), Michelle Ball (HR Manager) and Zoe Quested (Contracts Administrator) completed their volunteering day. They attended Hopefield Animal Sanctuary on 4th October to assist with the tasks carried out by the members of staff there every day.
Tonight, we are attending the British Construction Industry Awards gala dinner held at Grosvenor House Hotel in London. We were shortlisted, along with Balfour Beatty, in the Application of Technology Award category for our entry titled ‘The innovative uses of Mobile Ground Penetrating Radar’, which was applied on A63 Castle Street Improvement. The judges visited all completed projects and carried out rigorous interviews so to be shortlisted through this process is an honour.
Six members of the Catsurveys team based at our office in Hungary, Budapest, took part in their volunteering day on 23rd September. This took place at Budaörsi Állatmenhely; an animal shelter in Budaörs, Hungary.
Hopefield Animal Sanctuary looks after disowned, sick and mistreated animals. They provide all variety of animals a loving home from cows and horses to smaller animals such as ducks and rabbits. Catsurveys Office Coordinator, Anastasia Kralia and Assistant Project Manager, Adrienn Szabo attended the Brentwood-based animal sanctuary on Friday 8th September to offer their help as part of their annual Give and Gain day.
This morning was an early rise for Catsurveys Charity Golf Team, who arrived at Benton Hall Golf & Country Club ready for tee-off which commenced at 4.30am, in aid of the ‘Longest Day Golf Challenge’ for MacMillan Cancer. Our adventurous and selfless team consist of the following Catsurveys’ Employees: James Binion, Sam Palmer, Adam Birch and Luke Steadman, who are currently enduring 4 mammoth rounds of golf, lasting 16+ hours and totalling 72 holes!
Catsurveys would like to congratulate a fellow member of Essex Chamber of Commerce ‘London Southend Airport’ on their huge achievements gained in 2015. We are thrilled that the airport has received this prestigious recognition, as we feel close to the airport’s expansion, having carried-out surveying works for the surrounding airport roundabout infrastructure changes for Essex County Council; helping to provide better transport links, in order to keep up with the airports continuing growth.