A local councillor, headteacher and the neighbours of Twyford School have shown their appreciation to Fusion after we answered a request to help them safeguard pupils and pedestrians. The school wanted help to discourage parents from parking on a muddy area near the school gates.
In response, Fusion sourced large tree stumps to form vehicle barriers, also delivered and installed them.
Roger Randells of Twyford Parish Council, told Fusion: “Thank you so much for sanctioning this work. The school is very happy as are the neighbours which is great. The guys who did the work must be complimented on the way the job was done. The headteacher said they were very thoughtful in ensuring traffic could pass and that the neighbours would not be inconvenienced.”
Matthew Wall, HS2 Project Manager, added: “This is fantastic and really highlights how Robert Holmes and the team undertaking the clearance work near Twyford have pushed to be a good neighbour. Please pass on my thanks to the team.”
Robert Holmes, Fusion Senior Project Engineer in C2b, said: “It was a small gesture but it says a lot that the school thought enough of us to ask for help in the first place. It shows that our teams working locally are building good relations. We are here to be good neighbours after all and this is another success story on the HS2 Project.”
Fusion Community Liaison Officer Simon Griffiths was another person whose role was acknowledged by Twyford School for his work on this.