BUSINESS AND EDUCATION WORKING HAND IN HAND

BUSINESS AND EDUCATION WORKING HAND IN HAND
Chrisbeon’s Craig Hughes and New
College deputy principal Beverly Tyley

For the last six months, Chrisbeon Office Supplies has been working closely with a local sixth form college to help create an enhanced learning environment.
As a result of the relationship between Chrisbeon, of Stafford Park, and New College Telford, students are now reaping the benefits of a major refurbishment programme.
Earlier this year, Chrisbeon won the contract to furnish the college refectory to seat 84 people.
This has led to further orders to furnish a large number of classrooms, ‘hubs’ and coffee/office areas with chairs, desks and tables.
The six month project, described by the college as ‘highly successful’, has now been completed – exactly to time.
        
Said deputy principal Beverly Tyley:  “Chrisbeon Office Supplies has been able to source good quality furniture and equipment to meet our needs and has worked with us to fit in with our complex building work schedules.
“The firm has provided a knowledgeable and flexible service and worked hard to deliver on time as well as keeping us informed about progress with orders.
“Our £3.5 million building and refurbishment programme was designed to ensure that the college is best placed to help local young people succeed in their Advanced Level courses and a wide range of other educational programmes.
“Our students are now seeing the benefits of this investment programme through an enhanced learning environment and first class social spaces.”
Said Craig Hughes, Chrisbeon Office Supplies partner who handled the project on behalf of the firm:  “The deputy principal has been instrumental in selecting a vivid colour scheme having seen samples of every product.
“She has been very much hands on in the progress of the project which I am confident has been to everyone’s complete satisfaction,” he added.