Freshers Week came to Lingfield Point this week – but the new kids on the block aren’t students.
For the Darlington business park lined up a university-style freshers’ fair with fun stands and sweet treats to celebrate the arrival of the first staff from consultancy, engineering and project management services company AMEC.
Eddie Humphries, Estate Manager, said:
“Our stunning office spaces are amazing places to work, but we also offer a whole lot more to enrich the lives of people based here. We call it our business version of the good life – we have parkland, sports facilities, fantastic artworks and even our own beehives. So we decided to lay on a student-style freshers’ fair with stands where AMEC people can find out about all the useful and fun facilities they can use here.”
Staff at Lingfield Point can hire free bikes and use cycle paths from Darlington, or take a dedicated Arriva bus service and leave their cars at home. The Little Lingfield’s nursery provides on-site childcare.
Jo Clapham, AMEC’S Vice President, Human Resources, said: “AMEC is pleased to be on site at Lingfield Point. Our employees are quickly becoming part of the Lingfield family and are looking forward to exploring all that Lingfield has to offer at today’s Freshers Fair.”
Eddie said: “We’re delighted at AMEC’s arrival – the company is a further prestigious addition to our thriving business community. And we’re sure AMEC staff will feel right at home here.”
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