So you might be surprised that we’re about to fabricate one solitary window for a Cancer Research UK facility which is a part of the University of Cambridge.
The facility is named after Sir Li Ka-shing, a Hong Kong business magnate and philanthropist and, reputedly, the 23rd richest person in the world.
Through his Foundation, he generously gave the centre a £5.3 million donation, and it was opened in his presence in May 2002. The Li Ka Shing Foundation has also endowed a professorship of oncology at the university and made a further donation of £2 million.
The research facility brings the scientific strengths of Cambridge to bear on practical questions of cancer diagnosis, treatment and prevention, and focuses specifically on the practical application of high-quality basic research.
John Woodcock, our contracts manager, will be visiting the site in the next two weeks to carry out a preliminary health and safety inspection, and we’ll bring you updates of the project in progress.
So when you next think of Wrightstyle, also remember that no job is too big for us…or too small!
Picture: John in our main reception.