Murphy CEO John Murphy and local MP Amanda Milling officially opened the company’s new offices in Cannock last week, also taking the opportunity to meet staff at the office and talk with apprentices and graduates.
John Murphy said: “The offices look great, a real transformation and a fantastic working environment. I especially enjoyed the opportunity to sit down with our young apprentices and graduates to discuss their experiences so far with us.”
The newly refurbished offices created a kitchen seating area to have lunches, brand new toilet facilities, new meeting rooms, a completely refurbished reception area and increased quantity of desks in the office.
Amanda Milling MP said: “It was a pleasure to be given a tour of the new offices. They look fantastic and Murphy has done a great job creating a vibrant and relaxed work environment, with plenty of positive messages and images of the company’s history.
It was fascinating to hear about the massive scale of projects Murphy deliver and essential infrastructure they are responsible for. I was very impressed by the young apprentices and graduates and it was great to hear from them about the opportunities they have been given working for the business. I was also pleased to learn about the charitable work that the company takes part in alongside their huge projects.”
Stuart Monk, senior engineer at Murphy who was managed the renovation said: “The refurbishment has been well received by everyone that has been visit over the past couple of weeks, including Alistair Kerr [company chairman] who gave it a whopping 10 out of 10! Many thanks to the fantastic staff and operative teams in Cannock that have all been brilliant and supportive throughout the disruption! The refurbishment enables us to continually improve and is a statement of Murphy’s better engineered capabilities.”