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The project team on Abbvie Project Trinity in Sligo, Ireland has raised €14,000 for local causes as part of a commitment to the Considerate Constructors Scheme.

Earlier in the year, The Abbvie project team signed up to the ‘Considerate Constructors’ scheme with a commitment to abide by the ‘Code of Considerate Practice’, which includes a responsibility to help local causes.

Project Trinity is Abbvie’s large scale investment at its Ballytivnan site in Sligo. Ballytivnan is a global centre of excellence for design, control and precision engineering in the production of Abbvie’s drug delivery devices.

“This fantastic result could not be achieved without a sustained effort and support by all the contractors and parties involved in the project. Our client, Abbvie has been a continual support and driver in the achievement of these goals,” said Stephen Costello, PM Group Construction Manager -  Abbvie Project Trinity


The Considerate Constructors scheme encourages ‘Best in Class’ practice by companies involved in construction projects.  

More about the Considerate Constructors Scheme


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Children from St Mary's GAA club receive a donation from the Abbvie project team