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PIG Step up for Long O Donnell employee

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April marked the end of a year of formalities within the Pipeline Industries Guild (PIG) – a guild to which Long O Donnell Associates are corporate members; and the company are proud to announce that the Chairman for the Young Persons Network of the PIG Northern Branch is none other than our own Ben Quinton.

After spending 2005-6 supporting the incumbent chairman, Andy Clarke of Yorkshire Water, Ben will now take over the mantle of promoting the interest of the guild to younger members and creating awareness across the utility industries.

Ben commented; “I am grateful to the guild for giving me this opportunity and along with Steve Whipp (2006-7 Northern Branch Chairman) will hope to deliver a successful year of both informative and social events.”

 

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PIG Step up for Long O Donnell employee