EnerMech staff have donated more than £10,000 to the ARCHIE Foundation at the Royal Aberdeen Children’s Hospital.
A 60ft abseil down the side of the hospital by nine employees raised more than £5000 which will be used for ongoing maintenance of an EnerMech sponsored room over a 10 year period.
Our Process, Pipeline & Umbilicals (PPU) staff had earlier made a £5000 donation which they received as a prize for their first class safety performance while executing a contract for Technip on the Golden Eagle platform, operated by Nexen Petroleum UK Ltd.
PPU Senior Project Manager, James Moore, said: “We were delighted to receive the award in recognition of our safety record on Nexen’s Golden Eagle platform and we agreed the High 10 For ARCHIE appeal was a fitting recipient of the money as many of our families are familiar with the great work done at the hospital.”
EnerMech corporate development director, Ingrid Stewart, added: “The ARCHIE Foundation is synonymous with Aberdeen and has featured in the lives of most local families at some point. We were delighted to make these contributions which will make a real difference to the families who find themselves in the care of the Royal Aberdeen Children’s Hospital.”