July 2009

27/07/09 - Thomas Vale Construction Overview

Works are due to start in the next month and cover an array of projects with the largest being Blakenhall Community centre for Wolverhampton County Council. Other jobs include contracts for Birmingham City Council, Staunton on Wye in Hereford, Watling House near Cannock for Staffordshire Council, Bleak House Library for ...

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15/07/09 - Outstanding Achievement

The award for outstanding contribution for employment and training has been designed to highlight and reward the unsung heroes of the project who have committed time and effort to training of either themselves or those around them. This award is a real recognition of the hard work which has gone ...

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14/07/09 - Cemetery Enters Second Phase

Cllr. Mary Maxfield, Cabinet member for culture and active communities, said:“This is a major milestone in the project, which is going ahead because new burial space at Newcastle cemetery will soon run out…This site will provide for burials, including the interment of cremated remains and woodland ...

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09/07/09 - A New Dawn with Housing 21

Housing 21, Thomas Vale Construction and Sandwell MBC will collaborate to replace existing Local Authority, Elderly Persons accommodation across the Borough with new contemporary 1 and 2 bedroom apartments, designed to meet the needs of independently living local residents aged 55 plus. Charles Taylor, Development Programme Manager from Housing 21 commented, “We are delighted ...

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09/07/09 - Thomas Vale Ladies complete Race for Life

Carol Appleton, Sam Egginton, Amy Gibbs, Joanne Woodall, Natalie Young, Marie McCarthy and Angela Gismondi were among the 3000 participants that took part and represented for Thomas Vale Construction. Race for Life is the largest women only fundraising event in the UK. It started off in 1994 and every year continues to ...

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09/07/09 - Thomas Vale Employees complete 8 mile climb

The Snowdon 500 challenge is a day when 500 participants from all over the UK climb to the top of Snowdon, the highest mountain in Wales and Great Britain south of the Scottish Highlands. It is located in Snowdonia National Park in Gwynedd. The challenge is a fundraising event which has taken ...

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