Date posted 16-02-2024

It is always great working closely alongside one of our key clients. During National Apprenticeship Week our client Galliford Try held a training session where we could present to a group of apprentices working on their Dolphin Square project where MadiganGill is providing full logistics services, for a CLOCS (Construction Logistics and Community Safety) CPD session on Logistics and Traffic Management.

With the help of Samantha Carter, the apprentices learned how both Galliford Try and MadiganGill are CLOCS champion members, and why this scheme and carefully planned logistics, are so important across the sector in providing the safest construction journeys, mitigating risk to vulnerable road users and streamlining our deliveries.

Galliford Try site manager Clair Coe gave the apprentices a brief talk on-site, showing where materials are stored, whilst MadiganGill’s Logistics Project Manager Plamen Georgiev, demonstrated how these materials and the related vehicles are managed at the gate. His presentation included safety checks carried out by MadiganGill Traffic Marshalls and the considerations made for protecting the surrounding communities from the impact of site deliveries.

Magda Galan and Goncalo Rodrigues from MadiganGill gave an interesting insight as to what career opportunities there are within construction, for both men and women.

Paul Ison, Operations Director at Galliford Try commented “it is important to us to bring apprentices together, from a variety of trades and disciplines to broaden their learning about the wider construction industry, beyond their chosen occupational areas. All of them were engaged, asked good questions, and learned something new to take away from the session”.

MadiganGill runs our own apprenticeship scheme and we are always looking to work with others who are as keen as we are to attract people into construction and provide opportunities.

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