Local Companies Bid For Business From 2012 Games

Oct 19, 2010

Copyright: Press Eye Photography

Ten Northern Ireland construction, engineering and building supply companies have met major contractors working on construction projects for the 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games in London. One-to-one meetings between the local companies and key contractors such as Balfour Beatty, Crossrail and McAlpines were lined up by Invest Northern Ireland.

Pictured, right, is Ken Webb, Ulster Weavers, with, left, Danny Bowerin, Deloitte Communications Manager for 2012 Olympics, and Maurice Patterson, Invest NI.  Ulster Weavers was recently awarded a licence to provide promotional products for the Olympics.

Carlos Graham, right of Secper

, Newtownards

is pictured with, left, Danny Bowerin, Communications Manager, Deloitte 2012 Olympics, and Maurice Patterson, Invest NI.

John Patterson, right, of Olympic Lifts in Lisburn is pictured with, left, Danny Bowerin, Deloitte Communications Manager 2012 Olympics, Maurice Patterson, Invest NI, and Marc  Jelierse, MAJ Industries, also Lisburn.

Paddy McAllister, right, Sperrin Metals in Draperstown is pictured with, left, Andrew Cartwright, Certification Europe, Belfast, Maurice Patterson, Invest NI, and John McCann, Tibus, Belfast.

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