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News Archive 2012

Below are our news articles from 2012.

Staff raise money for Movember

Mon, 03 Dec 2012
Various staff members from the Colas (Isle of Man) Group have helped raise £510 for the charity Movember. The charity was originally established in Australia to raise awareness of health issues such... Read more

Long service retirements

Fri, 16 Nov 2012
A retirement function was held for in recognition of three long serving members of staff with a combined contribution of 85 years' service to the Colas Group.  Steph Lowe, Managing Director quoted "Bobby... Read more

New offices officially opened

Fri, 10 Aug 2012
Following the recent visit from the Board of Directors and CEO Lee Rushbrooke, the new Colas offices were officially opened on Thursday 2nd August. Lee and the directors were given a full... Read more

Quiz night

Mon, 21 May 2012
The Colas Isle of Man Group raised £200 for "Help for Heroes" during a recently organised quiz night. Quarry Manager Dave Saxon organised a quiz night for the Group after he was... Read more

High Visibility Vests Donated

Fri, 27 Apr 2012
The Colas Group recently donated high visibility vest to Arbory Primary School. The vests were donated to the year 5 children who had recently passed their cycling proficiency test.  Commercial Marketing Manager,... Read more

The Colas (Isle of Man) Group receives Silver status

Fri, 20 Apr 2012
The Colas (Isle of Man) Group has received the Investors in People silver award following a three day assessment by IIP assessor Mick Lynch. Investors in People specialise in transforming a business's... Read more

4th Annual Conference Held

Tue, 03 Apr 2012
Communication was the focus of the 2012 staff conference, held at the Mount Murray Golf Club. The conference and workshop was kick-started by Managing Director, Steph Lowe and Finance Director, John Kelly, who... Read more

SAID results are best yet

Fri, 17 Feb 2012
The motor incident frequency statistics for the 2011 final year end position of the Colas Safer Attitudes in Driving (SAID) campaign showed incident frequency of 0.100 (135 incidents / 1355 vehicles), meaning... Read more

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