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Construction Business News - Wayne Green, Adlington Retirement Living site manager for The Sidings, on Wharf Street in Lytham and Manny Marfo, crane operator, have been praised for their community spirit after spotting the youngster pointing at the crane. Wayne Green, Adlington Retirement Living site manager, said Our crane operator, Manny, spotted Findlay and his mum pointing at the crane. The little boy seemed fascinated by the crane moves so Manny put on a demonstration for him.


Adlington Retirement Living site team commended for going the extra mile

Construction Business News - But what more can be done to prevent the UK s rising farm theft problem A surprising solution comes in the form of storage containers.


How can storage containers combat rural theft?

Construction Business News - Ryan, who will be supporting the team across all projects, completed his BSc Hons in Architectural Technology at LJMU and specialises in commercial projects.


ArchiPhonic welcomes a new architectural technician

Construction Business News - Since shocking statistics revealed that plant and tool theft increased by 50 in the first few months of the pandemic shut down periods according to leading GPS vehicle tracker installer Trackershop construction businesses are continuing to face increased levels of plant and machinery theft and m...


Plant and Machinery Theft Spike Continues To Rise








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Construction Business News - But what more can be done to prevent the UK s rising farm theft problem A surprising solution comes in the form of storage containers.


How can storage containers combat rural theft?

Construction Business News - Wayne Green, Adlington Retirement Living site manager for The Sidings, on Wharf Street in Lytham and Manny Marfo, crane operator, have been praised for their community spirit after spotting the youngster pointing at the crane. Wayne Green, Adlington Retirement Living site manager, said Our crane operator, Manny, spotted Findlay and his mum pointing at the crane.


Adlington Retirement Living site team commended for going the extra mile

Construction Business News - Since shocking statistics revealed that plant and tool theft increased by 50 in the first few month...


Plant and Machinery Theft Spike Continues To Rise

Construction Business News - Ryan, who will be supporting the team across all projects, completed his BSc Hons in Architectural Technology at LJMU and specialises in commercial projects. His first ever project, while still undertaking his degree, was the third stage of the award-winning refurbishment of Liverpool s Hope Street Hotel, which comprised a new build and a conversion in a listed building.


ArchiPhonic welcomes a new architectural technician








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