Port Dalrymple Reference

January 15, 2015

Dear Trent,

 

As I moved about the school this morning I had the opportunity to observe your crew at work outside, bringing out concrete blocks and moving gravel.  I also observed them at work through the windows of the classrooms.

 

May I commend you on the team you have.  I have worked on building sites as a labourer during university days and have some familiarity with them.  I have had opportunities to have had several large projects or construction tasks in progress in my schools.  On every occasion I have observed your crew, today and during the past two weeks, they have been highly engaged.  They move quickly, keep at tasks, don’t stand about and they seem to be self managing.  I don’t believe I have observed one watching another at work.

 

Please pass on to your crew the observed value they appear to place on their work and on returning a fair effort to their employer.  Two other senior staff have observed similarly.

They also have supported us with excellent cooperation and outstanding courtesy, regardless of who has interacted with them, whether senior staff, teachers, office staff and ancillary staff..  They are a credit to your company, yourself and your foremen.

 

Kind regards,

Phil

 

Phil Challis

Principal

Port Dalrymple School

Agnes Street, George Town

TAS  7253