We spent the evening with some of our clients celebrating another successful year in business, thanks to all those that attended, we appreciate your continued support. We are looking forward to a prosperous 2020.
On Friday 5th July TRIbuild Solutions and Mates in Mind held their 2nd annual charity 5 a side fundraiser. The competition took place at Shoreditch Power League in Central London.
The event raised an amazing £3000.00!!
We were joined by Managing Director, James Rudoni, who kicked off proceedings with a fitting and very informative speech. The afternoon was a fantastic occasion, the sun was shining, the beers and food was flowing and everyone was in good spirits, although some games got a little heated.
This year we had 15 teams, including Oakmont Construction with 2 teams, Galliford Try with 4, McAleer & Rushe, Thomas Sinden, M services, RSE Building Services, OD group, J Coffey, Mates in Mind, Thames Tideway and Vertex.
LET THE GAMES BEGIN…..
McAleer & Rushe
TRIbuilds, Chloe Lawless, smashes in the final pen to win the Plate cup against Galliford Try
Managing Directors Bret Martin & Dean Holliday said “we are yet again delighted with the success of the event, the response to the invite was excellent, we appreciate the efforts made by everyone that took part. We are all looking forward to next years event”
TRIbuild Solutions Birmingham specialism’s encompasses Rail, Civil Engineering & Infrastructure, Aviation, Construction and Residential both on a temporary and permanent basis.
If you are looking for work in the midlands region, If you are looking to recruit staff or if you are a recruitment consultant interested in having a chat please get in touch with Sunny Chadha, our Director at the helm of the Birmingham office – Sunny@tribuildsolutions.com
On Thursday 20th September TRIbuild Solutions held their first of an annual fundraising football tournament on behalf of Mates in Mind.
The event proved to be a fantastic occasion, which gathered a mix of businesses that operate across the UK construction industry. Guest’s included Balfour Beatty, Network Rail, Galliford Try Partnerships, Oakmont Construction, J Coffey, Thomas Sinden, Murphy Group, McAleer and Rush, Ballymore Group, RSE Building Services, XL Engine and DE Group.
THE TEAMS IN THEIR COLOURS
With the modern and brand new Power League venue and the backdrop of the Battersea Power station crane lighting display setting the scene, the teams warmed up with the help from John Allison.
The tournament started at a ferocious pace but the legs and match fitness soon started to take effect on some.
THE EVENT RAISED AN IMPRESSIVE £2800.00
Managing Directors Bret Martin & Dean Holliday said “we are delighted with the success of the event, Phil Graham (TRIbuild’s MEP Director) has done a fantastic job in driving and arranging this tournament, we are extremely passionate in promoting Mates in Mind and we will continue with our collective efforts to generate more awareness and start the conversation, we would also like to say a big thank you to everyone that was involved, the response to the invite was very overwhelming, we appreciate you taking the time out to be part of our first football fundraiser and well done to the winning team, DE Group”
TRIbuild’s Managing Directors Bret Martin and Dean Holliday are delighted and excited to announce the appointment of Sunny Chadha and the opening of their new branch in Birmingham.
Sunny boasts a wealth of industry knowledge spanning 17 years, in this time Sunny has recruited predominately across the Rail and Infrastructure sectors, he specialises in the temporary supply of white collar technical staff, encompassing, Engineers, Agents, Surveyors, Planners, H&S, Project Manager etc
This new branch of TRIbuild will be supplying staff on both a temporary & permanent basis, across Rail, Infrastructure, Aviation, Construction and Residential
Everyone at TRIbuild would like to wish Sunny a warm welcome to the team
We are delighted to announce that we are the first Construction Recruitment specialist to support and partner Mates In Mind.
As a specialist supplier of Professional staffing to the built environment we are committed to the safety and wellbeing of everyone associated within and outside our operation.
We are particularly committed to the topic of Mental Health in the Construction Industry.
We are dedicated to making a positive change up and down our supply chain, and in order to achieve this we are working closely with experts within Mates in Mind to create a culture and process to action the positive change we all crave.
We are all excited to watch our relationship grow with Mates in Mind, and are grateful for the opportunity to work together. We join six organisations that were originally involved in the pilot scheme such as Balfour Beatty, Wilmott Dixon, VolkerWessels, Careys, Heathrow and Tideway and we consider ourselves to be in a privileged position.
Our MEP Director, Phil Grahamwho spearheaded our involvement said “We are delighted to be an official supporter of Mates in Mind that is tackling mental health within the construction industry”.
We believe TRIbuild are in a fantastic position to spread a positive message and help bring awareness to mental health and wellbeing within the construction industry as a whole.”
Directors of TRIbuild, Dean Holliday & Bret Martin, were today found in the Walsall Head Office of Barhale, attending the PSL selection presentation day. TRIbuild are looking forward to continuing to build their relationship with the business and excited to see what 2018 brings.