25 NOV 2016

Greg meets Balfour Beatty apprentices working on A21 dualling project

Greg met a group of Balfour Beatty apprentices when he visited the construction site of the A21 dualling between Tonbridge and Pembury.

Greg said:

"It was great to have a chat with the apprentices – they are clearly enjoying their work on the A21 dualling project and gaining some excellent experience and skills."

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