Tripod Crest is keen to encourage more women to choose a career in the construction sector and Clair Burden, Sophie Norville and Georgie Hodgson are just three examples of where female employees are prospering in the world of road surfacing.
High standards of safety are a core principle for Tripod Crest and FT Goodwin and so the Group is delighted to announce that both businesses have been awarded Worksafe Contractor status by the SMAS (Safety Management Advisory Service).
Delivering economies and increased efficiencies is a top priority for Tripod Crest. Our latest initiative involves local driver Chris Allsop working with workshop manager Craig Baker and supplier Scania on fuel consumption.
As a qualified personal trainer, lifeguard and also an ex-marine, Jake Hankins is a man of action. So when he left the Navy, not surprisingly, he wanted a career that would still involve being physically active.
On Sunday 22nd May five Tripod Crest employees will be taking part in Tough Mudder at Belvoir Castle in Grantham alongside six industry friends, and raising money for Cancer Research UK in the process.
It is estimated that around 20 million tonnes of asphalt are laid every year in the UK and, last month, Tripod Crest organised a cross industry meeting that sought to establish what the appetite might be within the sector for collaboration on the training of road surfacing operatives.