Turning old pallets into a bug house, our Harry’s handiwork proved a real hit with the children at Just Imagine Nursey in Wickford. Harry also made a Mud Kitchen from the old pallets as well as a seesaw from old scaffold planks and tyres, being careful to give all the wood a good sanding to avoid any splinters.

After a further request from the school Harry made a smaller Mud Kitchen for the younger children. The icing on the cake was the miniature DGP hard hats, the children just love wearing them!

Our Ionut has won the N06 Monthly Safety Award for July, seen here being presented his certificate by George Denaro from Mace.

DGP Operations manager Heinrich Fick said, “I am pleased DGP have received this award, yet it made me even happier that it was Ionut who has personally received it. He has made a significant contribution to safety on the N06 project.

Ionut is and always has been a team player, he is passionate about his work and sets a shining example. I have faith that he will continue to excel in the years to come. This is the first Safety Award we have won on N06 after successfully completing the N08 project.”

Congratulations to Aurel Harlea from DGP Logistics, for his hard work managing logistics, maintaining the visual standards of the site and safety of the public. Aurel (left) receives Mace’s Monthly Site Safety award for July, at Marshall Building Project site.

DGP Logistics Operations Manager, Heinrich M. Fick, added, “Aurel is an extremely good operative and I’d like to ensure he remains at the site for the duration of the project.”

Let’s all get behind the Cycle to Work Day – it’s tomorrow! This is a national event aiming to encourage everyone to take to two wheels and cycle to work for at least one day to promote active travel and healthy living.

To find out more about this event visit:
www.cycletoworkday.org

Cycle to Work day is coordinated annually by Cyclescheme.

Congratulations go once again to Christopher Hitches team at Lancer Square. The DGP Logistics team won the Mace Team Monthly Health and Safety Award for June.

Singled out for her continuing excellent performance is Christine Page, she won the Service Excellence Award, again for the month of June. Christine is seen here being presented her award by Mace Construction leader Sam Yell.

Our team from Head Office enjoyed a fun filled afternoon out of the office, challenging each other to some friendly competition where archery, axe throwing and clay pigeon shooting were on the agenda.

Participating in exhilarating teambuilding activities with your colleagues aids wellbeing and is a great way to forge relationships; increase motivation; encourage teamwork; build confidence and the all important trust – especially when axes, arrows and shotguns are involved!

The activities were followed by an enjoyable chat over dinner.

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DGP Logistics have delivered a full construction logistics package including waste management, site security and hoist services for the Norwich Street project in EC4.

Ricky Rudd, Contracts Manager at DGP said “We are now coming in to the final few weeks of what has been an extremely enjoyable and logistically challenging project, working alongside Charles Edward Limited‘s Project Manager, Lee Magee MCIOB. Looking forward to getting our teeth stuck into the next one!”.

Under 16’s goalkeeper, Ieuan Ferris, signs for EBBSFLEET UNITED FOOTBALL CLUB LIMITED and DGP Logistics are going to get right behind him with sponsorship over the coming season – watch this space.

Ebbsfleet’s under 16s team have done very well since competing in the Kent youth league the past few years, winning leagues and even becoming Kent Cup Champions.

Congratulations to Guiogi Rodrigues Mafra from DGP Logistics, for receiving Mace’s Monthly Health and Safety award for May, at the One Crown Place site.

It was noted by the Mace team that Guiogi has a good attitude and pro-activeness towards Health and Safety. He goes out of his way to help others and is a great asset to the site. Saheb Dhesi, Managing Director added, “Health & Safety is an integral part of our culture at DGP Logistics, so I am proud of our team for receiving this award for the second month running and at such a large site.”

The previous month DGP’s Paul Nwabyebo received the award for highlighting the need for hoist activities to be suspended when lifting materials from the pit lane. A ‘no lifting’ exclusion zone has now been implemented, preventing loading/unloading whilst the hoist is in operation.

Excited to be involved in this year’s Royal Greenwich Get together Community Festival and Armed Forces Day.

Mace Interiors and DGP Logistics teams from the Woolwich Creative District project, both took part in the event, talking about cycle safety, promoting health and wellbeing, as well as renovation work in the Woolwich area.

Mace interiors had a lorry at the side of a stall, where members of public could sit in the driver’s seat and guess where the blind spots could be, all to promote cycle safety – all competitors were issued with a free raffle ticket to win new bikes.

DGP Logistics assisted with Mace’s activity on the day and organised a stall ‘Urban Smoothie’, set up alongside to promote health and wellbeing, where participants cycled to make their own smoothie for free.

Well done to Louise Down and Samantha Bates from DGP Logistics head office, and Ish Omar, Bryn Ferris and Sean Locke from the site logistics team, all who donated time to assist on the day.