Adventurous Imtech Nine Abseil for Alzheimer’s

Adventurous colleagues from Imtech are raising funds for the Alzheimer’s Society by undertaking an abseil from the top of one of London’s highest landmarks, the ArcelorMittal Orbit Tower on the Queen Elizabeth Park in Stratford on Friday 30th September.

The team have set themselves two objectives, firstly to raise a phenomenal £3000 for the Alzheimer’s Society to help find a way to prevent or manage this tragic disease. Also, as Imtech operate in the construction and facilities management industry, they will be raising awareness of safe working at height.

The team taking part, from across the Imtech business, are: Steve Cartwright, George Cooney, Neil Cottrell, Matthew Haubus, David McGill, Kevin Miller, Mike Moss, Tom Prendergast and Jean-Phillipe Stoker.

Mike Moss, Group Business Improvement Manager, Imtech commented: ‘To support our Safety First approach, and with members of our Health and Safety and Operational teams taking part, this seemed a great opportunity to raise money for the charity and to highlight the principles required for safe working at height. We’ll also be making a video of the event that will be cascaded throughout our workforce to help get the message across.’

If you wish to sponsor the team to help raise funds for this worthwhile cause you can do so via this link: