September 26, 2014
KUCHING: SK St Teresa has every reason to cheer now that the school’s multi-purpose hall is being re-roofed.
Come rain or shine, it will not hamper any activities to be carried inside the school hall, thanks to both NS BlueScope Lysaght (Sarawak) Sdn Bhd and Pansar Berhad which jointly sponsored the –reroofing project.
A simple ceremony to unveil the new roofing was held at the school here yesterday in conjunction with the school’s Malaysia Day celebration.
Chief operating officer of Pansar Stephen Chin said the joint sponsorship was both companies’ commitment towards building safe school structures.
“With the re-roofing ceremony, the pupils and staff members of the school will get a new modern, top rating facelift of the school roof,” said Chin, who is also a director of NS BlueScope Lysaght (Sarawak) Sdn Bhd.
In expressing her gratitude, President of NS BlueScope Lysaght (Sarawak) Sdn Bhd Lydia Toh said the sponsorship showed a long standing relationship between both companies and the school.
“We celebrate a major milestone with SK St Teresa as we are not only proud to have a long standing relationship with the school, but we are proud to have provided new high quality roofs for the multi-purpose hall,” she said.
NS BlueScope Lysaght (Sarawak) Sdn. Bhd. A subsidiary of Pan Sarawak Holdings Sdn Bhd, was established in 1977 and as one of the country’s most dynamic roofing and walling providers, the steel company took on the re-roofing project to replace the decade-old roof materials with brand new 600m2 LYSAGHT® TRIMDEK®.
NS BlueScope Lysaght Sarawak is a premier supplier of steel building components and systems. It specializes in Roofing and Walling Systems, Structural Decking Systems and Light Weight Truss Systems. Through the years, it has established a strong presence in Sarawak. It has manufacturing facilities in Kuching and Bintulu.
Present at the ceremony were SK St Teresa headmaster Anthony Layan, school’s board of management chairman Wong Mee Khing and Parents-Teachers Association (PTA) chairman Mohammad Azrai.
|Toh (4th from left) together with Chin (third from left), Anthony Layan (left), Wong (second from left) and Mohammad Azrai (right) unveiling a commemorative plaque during the event.|