A makeover for Warwick Myton Hospice

Employees from O’Brien Contractors give the Myton Hospice in Warwick a lick of paint

Employees from O’Brien Contractors give the Myton Hospice in Warwick a lick of paint

Midlands civil engineering and groundworks specialist O’Brien Contractors has given Warwick Myton Hospice a makeover.

Through its patient and family support services, the Coventry and Warwickshire-based charity provides vital assistance to 1,000 patients and their families each year, from hospices in Warwick, Rugby and Coventry.

O’Brien decided to support Myton and give back to the community by donating members of staff to decorate sections of the Myton Hospice in Warwick.

Tony Mitchell, operations manager, said: “The specialist care Myton Hospice gives to people who are terminally ill is magnificent. We were delighted to have the opportunity to help maintain one of their first-class facilities, helping ensure their patients have a comfortable environment to be cared in.”

Over the last couple of years, O’Brien Contractors has adopted a more strategic approach with a number of Midlands-based leading organisations, enabling the business to grow their turnover by 59.98 per cent, from £17.5million to £28.03million.

This financial success has been the driving force behind the company backing a wealth of community support initiatives.

Phill Jones, Myton Hospice estates manager Warwick, said: “We would like to say an extremely big thank-you to O’Brien Contractors who have spent almost three weeks helping transform our Warwick Myton Hospice.”