Palmers Site Supervisor, Stuart Myers has been presented with an Excellence Award by TATA at their Skinningrove steel works on Teesside, in the North East of England.
The TATA award has been given in recognition of Stuart’s (and his Palmers team) efforts and support shown in providing expert scaffolding and access services in the first week of the current shutdown at the steel plant in the North East.
Mr S. Wood, the lead engineer with TATA congratulated Stuart and made the following comments: “I would like to personally thank Stuart for his valued contribution to Skinningrove Works and congratulate him on this TATA Excellence Award. The people we employ are an integral part of the success of our business: We can only reach our goals and targets and realise our full potential through the passion, commitment and dedication of people like Stuart. Thank you once again for your contribution. I urge you to continue making that difference and help to drive us forward.”
Ian McFarlane, Director for Business & Project Development at Palmers said: “Stuart’s commitment to the TATA Skinningrove shutdown helps demonstrate that our people really do make the difference at Palmers – helping us continue to provide a quality service with our key clients, like TATA. Receiving recognition like this for our operatives helps us all to contribute together in working for future success at Palmers on projects like this across the UK.”
And Donald Morrison, CEO of Palmers added: “Congratulations to Stuart and his team at Skinningrove. It’s dedication to high standards, safety and quality workmanship like this that helps make Palmers what it is – one of Europe’s leading scaffolding and access providers, working with the best names in high-end construction, industrial, petro-chemical, power & rail sectors.”