Daniel Fradd, Multihog, who studies a level 3 Plant Maintenance Apprenticeship at Myerscough College, was recognised for his continuous hard efforts and went on to be one of the regional winners out of 750 nominees for the ‘Stars of The Future’ Awards.
It is an annual event organised by the Construction Plant-Hire Association, in conjunction with training providers from across the country who offer plant maintenance courses. Nominees were assessed on their attitude and quality of work throughout the year, both at their college and in the workplace.
Since joining the company early 2014, Daniel has shown he is a natural at engineering; his attention to detail and eagerness to learn new skills has got him far within the company and winning this award further demonstrates this. He has spent the past few years working alongside Multihog’s Head Engineer – Ben Fury on maintaining the Hogs around the country for local authorities including locations such as Aberdeen and Cornwall. Ben must also be credited for the guidance and training he has provided, sharing his knowledge and skills has got Daniel to where he is now; the award is a testimony to the both of them.
Director of Operations & Compliance - John Carter was a key part of the process of recruiting Daniel and said, “Since joining the Multihog team in February 2014 Dan has shown he has the right attributes to deliver a high standard of performance within our business. He is a dedicated performer who has slotted into the Multihog culture perfectly. We are immensely proud of his achievements in becoming the regional winner of the stars of the future award. I have no doubt that he will continue to achieve high levels of success throughout his career.”
Daniel will be finishing his studies in 2017 and Multihog are looking forward to a future with him in the company.
8th July 2016, 14:36