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23rd December 2020

A THANK YOU FROM AINSCOUGH CRANE HIRE

As we approach the end of 2020, we at Ainscough Crane Hire would like to take a few moments to reflect on the past twelve months.

This year has allowed us to focus on the things and people that matter to us most. Whether that’s not taking visits to family and friends for granted ever again or showing our appreciation for NHS staff and many other key workers who have done such incredible work over the past year during the most difficult of circumstances.

As a business, we want to also put on record our pride and admiration for both our team at Ainscough and our colleagues across the construction industry. Throughout the year, we have all had to adapt to new ways of working, ensuring the safety of ourselves and our colleagues. We’ve had to cover for colleagues when they or a family member has been ill or self-isolating – we’ve had to rapidly build Nightingale hospitals or other temporary facilities vital to the national effort within much tighter timeframes than we’d have previously thought possible.

This has not been easy – yet work has continued to be delivered to an exceptional standard. With the rollout of a vaccine having begun and the end of the pandemic approaching, we can take great pride at how the construction industry has rallied to support each other and ensure that vital industrial facilities have been able to run during 2020 and that new building, developments and facilities will be available to use once it’s safe to do so in 2021.

It’s been a privilege for us at Ainscough to work on such projects this year – no matter the size, each scheme completed is something to be proud of and will support our transition to the ‘new normal’ next year.

To our colleagues, clients, subcontractors, partners, and everyone who has a part to play in our industry – thank you for your brilliant work this year. We hope you’re able to have a wonderful Christmas and we look forward to working with you again next year.

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