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Blog: CoTrain apprentice receives high praise from main contractor Willmott Dixon

17 April 2018

Hard work on Portsmouth Village Hotel project doesn't go unnoticed!

CoTrain apprentice Cameron Foster has received high praise from main contractor Willmott Dixon for his hard work and contribution to the Village Hotel project in Portsmouth. Cameron, a level 4 & 5 apprentice, has been working closely with Dean Walker, Contracts Manager, at Southern Industrial Roofing as an Apprentice Project Manager on the £17.5m project. 

Matt Kemp, Construction Manager at WIllmott Dixon said, "I would also like to thank Cameron for his assistance with QD support. I am pleased that Southern Industrial Roofing have invested in this additional resource, especially when cladding systems are under such scrutiny at this time. Of my many worries on this project, the cladding is thankfully not one of them due to sustained efforts in meticulously recording the installation process." Matt added, "I look forward to working with them again on the Bristol project and hopefully every Hotel this customer wishes to build with us".










(L-R) CoTrain apprentice Cameron Foster, Dean Walker of Southern Industry Roofing and Matt Kemp, Construction Manager at Willmott Dixon



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