McGinley Support Services are pleased to announce that we have secured a deal to become Watford Ladies FC Main Club Sponsor for the 2013/2014 season, having previously sponsored players and organised the printing of the club’s matchday programme in the 2012/2013 season.
Our Marketing Manager, Janet Hector who secured the deal stated:
‘‘As a company we can see the synergy between McGinley and Watford Ladies FC. We are proud of the teamwork ethic that runs throughout the business as well as the willingness to nurture and train young people coming into our industry. That is exactly what we see in Watford Ladies – great teamwork and a culture of developing new players. We are very excited to see how the ladies and girls will do this season and in the new Women’s Super League 2.’’
Girl’s & Women’s Development Manager, John Salomon added “this is a significant deal for us and we are absolutely delighted that McGinley Support Services, a company who we have worked with for a couple of years now, are linking up with us as our sponsor. One of the biggest challenges girl’s and women’s football faces is bringing in commercial revenue to sustain and grow the sport, so to have secured the support of McGinley Support Services five months ahead of our WSL season kicking off will really support with the future development of our club”
With the ladies set to enter the FA Women’s Super League in March 2014, the McGinley Support Services logo will be printed across the front of the First Team, Reserves and Development Team kits, with the company joining Watford Ladies FC as the main sponsor for the entire Girl’s & Women’s football programme.
McGinley Support Services would like to take this opportunity to wish the team luck for the coming season.
For further information on this sponsorship please contact Rebecca Wishart on email@example.com or for information on Watford Ladies FC sponsorship packages, including Matchday Sponsorship and Player Sponsorship, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Amec’s Chief Executive Samir Brikho said a record order book of £3.9bn would restart growth. There has been weak demand from the struggling mining industry but this has been offset by growth in the infrastructure areas of oil and gas, renewables and environmental.
Amec have won a contract to build a solar energy project in Las Vegas from Sempra US Gas & Power which is expected to create 300 jobs and generate enough energy for 80,000 US homes.
McGinley Support Services produces a quarterly safety publication that is available to all concerned with rail safety. McGinley continually strive to promote rail safety to all and we are very proud of the way Safety IN Rail has evolved. Please read some of the recent comments we have received from senior rail industry clients and contractors.
If you would like to be sent a copy or put on our mailing list, please email email@example.com .
‘I have read right through the Newsletter and I thought that the content was excellent’
‘We should learn from this. It’s professionally produced, concise, easy to cascade and relevant’
‘To be honest I have not received this before and I was going to delete it without opening it, but I opened it up and read the whole lot, absolutely brilliant’
‘sometimes people take Sub Contractors for granted and do not think that their main aim is on Safety but your Publication focused on Safety on every page, keep me in your mailing list, I look forward to the next Issue’
‘A great publication. Excellent content. Is there any chance I could get on the circulation list?’
And from Austrailia!
‘I have just seen your wonderful newsletter. Could you please include me on your mailing list?
We are always keen to share and learn about rail safety initiatives’
SkillsID as part of NSARE is a new scheme which will enable sponsors and employers to have immediate access to the competences of their individuals.
It will also provide vital industry level resource planning information.
McGinley are proud to be the first recruitment company to sign up to this scheme, with a view to continually improving our systems and procedures.
For further details on the scheme please to to www.nsare.org and click on the SkillsID web page
McGinley Support Services are making progress with our commitment to BS 11000 Collaborative Business Relationships.
Working together with our clients and suppliers is an integral part of who we are. We look forward to pushing on with the next step.
Further details to follow.
Congratulations to McGinley apprentices Paul Pearman and Jimmy Wiggins on being short listed last week in the National Construction College London & South Awards 2013. Paul went on to win the overall construction apprentice after being nominated by BFK whilst working on the Crossrail project at Westbourne Park. More details to follow…
Well done to Billy McNeill, Operations Manager and Jamie Zineldin, Labour Manager, who took part in the 3 day, 130 mile C2C charity cycle from Whitehaven to Tynemouth. Organised by Balfour Beatty Rail in Sheffield, McGinley joined several teams taking on the challenge.
After an early 6am start on day 1 the team covered 63 miles, with only a few accidents. Day 2 saw arrival of the teams support driver Dave Adams, who cheered them on up and through the Hartside Summit which was a staggering 1903 feet. Billy covered 46 miles in total and Jamie covered 56 (although this is not because Jamie was ahead, unfortunately he got lost and followed the wrong group and ended doing the extra 10 miles). On day 3 the team covered the remaining 21 miles in good time, arriving at the finish line with the final of the 10 bikes they set out with!!
Overall all the teams that took part have raised over £8.000 to date, all of which will be donated to the two elected charities Cancer Research UK and The Cleveland Unit, James Cook Hospital in Middlesborough.
Well done to all concerned.
Congratulations to Sam Keenan Apprentice Administrator for ASSET.McGinley based in Sheffield.
Sam joined McGinley Support Services a year ago on an apprenticeship and has just completed an NVQ level 2 in Business Administration with Sheffield College.
Sam has shown maturity and conscientiousness beyond his 17 years and has thrived in a very demanding working environment. He is totally committed to the company and will be a major player in the future development of the training division. Due to his success Sam will now be studying for an NVQ Level 3 in Business Administration but more importantly has now been taken on by MSS as a permanent Training Coordinator.
Congratulations Sam and we look forward to following your progress in your future with McGinley.
A McGinley Support Services volunteer group joined Amey Colas and Network Rail by spending a day this month helping Gloucestershire Wildlife Trust at Lower Woods nature reserve, coppicing, clearing ditches and scrub to improve the habitat for wildlife.
“We all really enjoyed ourselves, we’ll do it again” Andy Selwyn (far left), Director, McGinley Support Services
“Mud up to my knees, soaking wet and 1000 thorns in my hands – yes I’ll do it again“
“Good team building, improved my environmental awareness”
“Warm, dry and cosy” (mini digger operator)
Coppicing is a traditional method of managing woodlands to produce long, straight poles fora wide range of uses including fencing, weaving, yurt-making and bean poles. Coppicing also allows light to reach the woodland floor encouraging the growth of plants important to many invertebrates.
This ancient woodland and SSSI is rich in flora including carpets of bluebells in spring. In summer old meadow species including ragged-robin and butterflies like silver washed fritillary. Of particular note is the population of elusive nightingales heard singing in Spring.
Further information can be obtained from Gemma Palmer- Greenwood on 0845 543 5953.