Polyteck Group, a leading construction and facilities management business, has donated expertise and materials to complete a £10,000 refurbishment project for Enfield charity Radiomarathon.
A team of three engineers from the company’s building maintenance division carried out the total revamp of the charity’s community centre toilet facilities.
Radiomarathon’s mission is to facilitate empowerment for people with learning disabilities, their families and carers. Its Enfield centre is used by volunteers and as well local community football teams.
The one-week refurbishment project included newly formed WC cubicles, new lighting and sanitary ware throughout, with Polyteck providing its skilled labour and materials entirely free of charge.
Andrew French, operations manager at Polyteck, said: “Radiomarathon provides a lifeline of support for people with learning disabilities as well as some of the best and most sought after facilities in the area.
“We are delighted to play our part in ensuring that this reputation and the important work carried out by Radiomarathon continues.”
Clifford Tolliday at Radiomarathon, added: “We are able to deliver much-needed services to young adults with mild to moderate learning difficulties, as well as their families and carers, thanks to support like this. Thank you to Polyteck and the team for all their help.”