29 May 2014

Representatives from Global Engineering Consultancy, Opus International Consultants (Opus) with the head office in Bristol, swapped hard hats for golf shoes when they took on the prestigious Celtic Manor golf course and raised over £1,200 for The National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children (NSPCC). 

More than 40 of the sector’s biggest names in the construction industry attended the golf day hosted by Opus on the 15th May 2014. 

Tim King, Director of Opus’ Bristol Office which hosted the event, said:  “It’s fantastic that so many from the industry have made a donation to this great cause and joined us to play.” 

Caroline Morgan of the NSPCC thanked Opus and said: “Local sporting events such as this at Celtic Manor, are a brilliant way to raise money – we’re so grateful for the money that Opus has raised for the NSPCC, which will help with some great local projects.”

Opus provided the engineering design for the landmark bridge at Celtic Manor golf course, which was designed to provide a link between the practice ground and media centre from the main course during the 2010 Ryder Cup.