Many construction companies are involved in the initiative.
Our involvement in a charity project in London was published in Battersea Power Station’s newspaper, Building Battersea.
FAST is the local branch of nationwide youth charity, e:merge, which works to inspire and support young people in underprivileged areas. Clear Line has contributed labour for the installation of doors and windows for FAST’s new youth centre on the Patmore Estate, close to Battersea Power Station.
Battersea Power Station Redevelopment Plans
There are now over 1000 construction workers on site for Phase 1, and Clear Line is proud to have a team there installing glazed façades. We were also delighted to take on two new recruits from the for work placements with us, integrating them into our installation teams. They are also from the youth project FAST, as part of their ‘getting into work’ initiative.
Clear Line has successfully removed the existing defective glazed roof light structures from Elstree University Technical College. In works that began in May earlier this year, the old structures were expertly dismantled and removed from site by a handful of Clear Line’s technical operatives keeping, as always, the focus on efficiency, speed and above all, safety.
Original atrium roof.
We are working throughout the summer holidays to install new double-glazed thermally broken steel and aluminium stick work curtain wall atrium roof lights so that works overlap only briefly with the students’ return in September. This project has been carefully designed and programmed to ensure that the building remains live causing minimal disruption to the teachers and students during term time.
Clear Line is excited to be taking up a box at Hillsborough Stadium for the coming season to cheer on Sheffield Wednesday Football Club.
Founded in 1867, Sheffield Wednesday is one of the oldest professional football clubs in the world, and takes its name from the day where all its players were free to meet for matches. It has won four League titles, three FA Cups and one League cup. The players are nicknamed the ‘Owls’ thanks to the 39,000-seater stadium being built in Owlerton, a region of Sheffield where Clear Line has its head office.
Many of the Clear Line team are life-long Wednesday supporters, and the box will be for everyone to enjoy. We are looking forward to the 2015-6 season, and are proud to continue supporting Sheffield Wednesday in this way.
Up the Owls!
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