Brett Mawer, Quarry Operative, Bramshill Aggregates. Brett designed, fabricated and installed a solution to a problem being experienced at Bramshill preventing the site from running the crusher. Brett took charge of the situation and came up with a solution that enables the site to run the crusher in line, taking advice from specialist contractors to ensure the job was completed resulting in the performance the site required.
Wickwar Asphalt Team, All Plant Operatives. Special mention to the Wickwar Asphalt team for stepping in on a situation that potentially could have ended with fatal consequences. Members of the team had noticed that a driver from an external hauler had dropped tarmac between the bed and cabin of his truck causing damage to air lines. Upon approaching the driver it became apparent that when he was working under the bed of the truck to clear the material away to repair the airlines he did so without any suitable prop to support the weight. They immediately stepped in, escorted the driver to a safe place as well as cordoning off the area around the truck as a safety precaution as now the bed would not return to the flat position.
Sue Townsend, Andy Marshall, Glyn Blake, Maureen Payne, Teresa Cabrera, Mike Etchells, Pete Bosworth, Luke Summers, Andy Smart and Chris Truran, CEMEX Foors Wick. In October we suffered the sudden and unfortunate loss of our friend and colleague Ian Davis who was an experienced Sales Manager at CEMEX Floors. Ian had many complex multi-phase construction projects on the go as well as a wealth of projects that required estimating and managing, all this during an extremely busy period for the business. Despite the team struggling with their loss they all rallied round and worked together to pick up those projects to ensure no customers were let down. Everyone has done extra hours to deal with the extra workload and learned aspects of each other’s job to support to each other through this difficult time. Ian was a valued member of the Floors family and the team honoured his memory by ensuring Ian’s customers, some of which he’d known for 30 years were not let down.