On 17 May, Fusion hosted a visit from ICE President, Tim Broyd and his team, for his recent presidential tour in the West Midlands.
The president, who was visiting the Midlands for two days, meet with several organisations, to learn more about some of the essential infrastructure projects currently underway.
Fusion proved to be no exception and hosting a session for their work within HS2, Europe’s largest infrastructure project.
The visit consisted of Fusion presentations from; Mike Robins, Project Director for Main Works, Louise Townsend, Head of Socio-Economic Impact and Mike Franklin, Lead Planner.
Along with an overview of Fusion and HS2, discussions covered the essential works being delivered for Area Central, (Fusion’s enabling works contract) and Fusion’s efforts towards upskilling suppliers and attracting new talent to the industry.
ICE thanked Fusion for the visit and welcomed future opportunities to be further engaged in the communications of this ground-breaking project.
Pictured from left to right; Mike Robins, Mark Franklin, Yvonne Aust – ICE West Midlands Chair, Professor Tim Broyd – President, Louise Townsend and Paul Chambers – President’s Apprentices.