As we prepare to welcome in another New Year the team at Ryebridge Construction have been reflecting ontheir highlights and achievements from 2017.
Here are just a few ...
Our new look website, packed with case studies, photos and film, was designed and launched.
The cameras have been rolling - check out our new film, made for us by the talented team from Clearhead.
In the summer we relaunched our LinkedIn account, now packed with films, pix, news and a brilliant film of the airport's Taxiway Bravo opening.
We continued to support local charities and good causes, including Keech Hospice, Level Trust, Love Luton and its inspriational #lutonsbestawards.
Four days, 330 miles, over £54,000 raised - Ryebridge was proud to be the key sponsor for June's London Luton Airport charity cycle challenge in aid of Keech Hospice.
Another charity highlight, in May, saw Ryebridge organise a cycle ride that raised over £11,000 for local charity Level Trust, funds being used to buy school uniform, shoes and coats for children living below the poverty line in Luton.
In November we scooped our fourth environmental Green Apple award - this one was for our work at London Luton Airport.
Earlier in the year we won a prestigious gold Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents (RoSPA) award in June, also for our work with London Luton Airport.
Congratulations to our safety slogan competition winner, supervisor Pal Singh. His winning words are now on all our hi-vis jackets.
Health and safety remained at the heart of all we do throughout 2017 – with awards, training, accreditations and more.
Our very own Daniel Coyle was unveiled as an Envoy of the South East Midlands Local Enterprise Partnership (SEMLEP) – a prestigious position putting construction and Ryebridge at the forefront of the region.
Thank you to all our clients, partners, supporters and our committed workforce - and we wish you all a happy and prosperous New Year.