BYRNELOOBY PARTNERS WITH ARTICLE 25 ON THE DELIVERY OF A CSR PROJECT

BYRNELOOBY PARTNERS WITH ARTICLE 25 ON THE DELIVERY OF A CSR PROJECT

 

ByrneLooby will deliver the design of a new multidisciplinary care centre for Operation Smile Morocco | Corporate Social Responsibility

ByrneLooby is delighted to be working with Article 25, a not-for-profit organisation in London, driven by the United Nation’s Universal Declaration of Human Rights, which states that everyone has the right to adequate, dignified shelter. Article 25's corporate mission is to provide a world where all communities can access better housing, safe school buildings and effective clinics and hospitals. ByrneLooby will deliver the design of a new multidisciplinary care centre for Operation Smile Morocco in Marrakech. A child is born with a cleft lip or palate every 3 minutes. Without treatment, a cleft palate can cause difficulties with eating, drinking and breathing. In Morocco, there are a limited number of facilities to treat cleft palates, and so families are forced to travel long distances to receive the necessary treatment for their children. Operation Smile - a global charity of volunteer surgeons and clinical staff – runs several hundred reconstructive surgery missions in more than 30 countries every year.
As a pro-bono project, our London team will carry out the consulting design work in their own free time, leading the project across multi-disciplines, including seismic structural, civil and geotechnical/environmental work

Jeremy Foster, Technical Director at ByrneLooby, commented:

"“We look forward to the progression of this project and will keep you updated on our progress. We are thankful for the opportunity given by Article 25 to deliver this life-changing infrastructure for thousands of people in Morocco".

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About Article 25

Article 25 is a humanitarian architecture charity that use design to improve health, livelihoods and resilience to disasters. Working closely with in-country partners, they put capacity-building at the centre of their projects, so that the impact of work lives on well beyond their projects. 

About ByrneLooby

Founded in 1998 in Ireland, ByrneLooby has expanded to become a widely respected engineering consultancy that employs approximately 260 engineering consultants and professionals located in 16 offices across Ireland, the UK, and the Middle East. We provide engineering and design consultancy services across ten key sectors: marine and coastal, geoscience, buildings, transportation, energy, environment, water, flooding, waste management, and conservation. ByrneLooby sits on several national frameworks in Ireland, the UK, and the Middle East.

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