The children aged 8 – 11, have been busy designing an artwork to be installed within the hospital atrium. The visit allowed them to see where their work will be and gave them a sustainable insight into the day-to-day running of a hospital of West Middlesex’s size.
Vercity ByWest Operations Manager Rachel Willett met the children on arrival, alongside InfraRed Capital Partners Ltd Board Director Sarah Gledhill and colleagues Chloe Levin and Emily Thomas from CW+ (The Trust’s Charity). The ISS A/S site team provided high-vis jackets and lanyards.
Both the school and Sarah Gledhill were hugely grateful to ByWest, Bouygues, ISS and HATS Group for giving the children the opportunity to visit the site.
“Thank you to the ISS (Dil), Bouygues Energies & Services (UK) (Jason and Imogen) and HATS (Muniro, Luis, George and Purna) teams – they pulled out all the stops and looked like they enjoyed it too! This couldn’t have happened without all of them pulling together and has given the children important awareness of how a hospital operates as well as seeing first-hand how sustainability is considered in the built environment.