Sullom Voe Terminal acknowledged 250,000 manhours that the Project Aurora construction workforce have achieved without a recordable injury by donating £6,000 (£2000 BP Sullom Voe, £2,000 Wood Group Engineering, £1,000 CAPE and £1,000 DITT) to The ARCHIE Foundation.
The workforce discussed which charity they would like to support and decided that the money would be donated to the ARCHIE Foundation for the great work they do supporting children and families from Shetland to deal with illness and disabilities.
Lindsay Boswell Terminal Manager, along with representatives from Wood Group, Cape and DITT donated the money to David Cunningham who was on site from the ARCHIE Foundation.
The ARCHIE Foundation is the official charity of Royal Aberdeen Children's Hospital. Supporting sick children and their families from Shetland, Orkney and Grampian. David Cunningham said "We 'make the difference' by providing extras such as family rooms, specialist equipment and even staff posts. This fantastic donation of £6,000 will be used to support families from Shetland by further enhancing and developing our parent accommodation suite which allows families to stay beside their sick child for as long as is required".