Lynch and Blackwells are excited to show off this brand new 30T ADT Water Bowser - with a twist.
We’ve painted them rainbow, a visual celebration of all things LGBTQ+, and to make a stand for Fairness Inclusion and Respect.
Niall Fraser, Paul Bird, Simon Holland and Andrew Cardie from Blackwells, met with Chris Gill, Director and Alex Thomas, HS2 Project Manager from Lynch, for the big reveal of the bowser, and we were all really impressed.
Niall Fraser, Director, said “This is a great example of how we can all work together to drive inclusion in the construction industry. The bowser will be on its way to site next week, and we hope it will brighten up the site and bring some colour to our workers’ days!”
Niall Fraser - Director for Blackwells
We’re looking forward to seeing the bowser out and about on site. If you spot it out there, be sure to snap and share a picture!
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