Murphy go into the woods

Last week Murphy volunteers were deep in the shrubberies at Ingestre Woods, building fences, stairways and walkways that would make the area more accessible to visitors.

The woodland area, near the company’s office in Kentish Town used to be wasteland until residents in the area came together to clean up the woods and create a useable space.

Around 40 volunteers from Murphy’s Construction, Development and Property Services team helped over the two-day programme, organised with the help of The Conservation Volunteers.

Luke Hands, SHESQ advisor, said: “A big thank you goes out to everyone who attended, it’s safe to say it was a complete success. We will definitely be going back to Ingestre Woods to help again. The feedback from The Conservation Volunteers was fantastic. They were amazed by our productivity, something each and every one of us can be proud of.”

Volunteers at Ingestre Wood

Murphy is passionate about helping the local community and making sure the company’s world-class infrastructure skills, and passion to improve lives, is used create a positive difference.

Posted Friday, November 10, 2017 by Emma Best

Community, People, Sustainability, CSR, Construction and development, Building

About Emma Best

Communications officer based in London. Project experience from rail and power sectors. I like visiting projects and writing first-hand about the great things we are doing, get in touch if you have a story to tell! 

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