Senior partners at environmental consultancy TEP have improved professional development of its staff by sending them to view regeneration schemes in Belfast.
The day was organised as part of the Wellington-based company’s FLARE days scheme, designed to make employee self-improvement enjoyable as well as educational and promote learning.
TEP staff saw Queen’s University, Waterfront Hall and Albert Clock schemes in Belfast and the surrounding area and concluded their tour with a visit to the Holywood Exchange development close to the City Airport. The retail project incorporates more than 4,000sq m of Acheson & Glover’s hard landscaping products. TEP finished the tour with a visit to the manufacturer’s concrete paving factory.
TEP senior landscape architect Graeme Atherton said: “We want our team to be up-to-date with new developments in product manufacture as well as the industry in general. Everyone takes a FLARE day as part of their on-going programme.
“FLARE stands for Fun, Learning And Restorative Experience. The aim of the FLARE day is to encourage everyone to see something new and interesting in order to bring some extra flair to daily work.”
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