Local Primary school benefits from road upgrade

Our team on the Major Road Project Victoria’s (MRPV) Narre Warren-Cranbourne Road Upgrade project worked alongside Cranbourne Primary School students to spread 15 cubic metres of mulch, refreshing garden beds across the school grounds.

The gum mulch was donated to the school by the project, following tree removal works along the route. 

The working bee consisted of 10 student leaders interested in the environmental and a team of construction staff.

School Principal Lachlan Yeates said the activity offered a great learning experience for his students.

“We’re excited to be working with MRPV and McConnell Dowell to help support student leaders in becoming more environmentally aware,” Mr Yeates said.

“We greatly appreciate the time and resources volunteered by the project team to beautify the school grounds.”

The donation and working bee is another example of our project teams working with the community and our cutomer to improve environmental outcomes through reusing, recycling and re-purposing.