Careys Civil Engineering's One Nine Elms (O.N.E) and Marble Arch Place (M.A.P) projects have recently partnered with Evelina London Children's Hospital and will be raising funds for this cause over the duration of these projects.
The Evelina London Children's Hospital cares for children and young people from across south London and south east England and offers a range of services from antenatal diagnosis through to childhood, into adolescence and on into adult life. The O.N.E & M.A.P teams have set themselves a target of raising £25,000 in their first year of partnership which will enable the hospital to purchase a ventilator for the new ward currently under construction.
Throughout the year the projects will be organising various challenges and events and are inviting clients, suppliers and sub-contractors connected to the projects to support the teams either with donations or by taking up a challenge themselves.
To kick start their commitment 17 strong and willing members will be taking part in the London West Tough Mudder on Saturday 28th April. They'll be put through their paces with a 20km obstacle course on one of the toughest Tough Mudder courses in the UK. The teams’ second challenge will see David Moriarty (Project Manager) scale Mt Elbrus, the highest mountain in Europe and the tenth highest peak in the world! David’s challenge starts on Friday 8th June and will take place over 9 tough days - this was too extreme for all the team, but they will be supporting David from site all the way.
If you would like to make a donation towards the projects’ amazing efforts you can do so by clicking here and we wish the teams every success over the duration of their projects in achieving their £25,000 goal.