Once again, a huge thank you to club main sponsor Phoenix Drilling Limited who have sponsored today’s match and match ball for the Scottish Cup fourth round clash with Ross County.
The support that both the business and owner Stephen Glover have offered the club over recent years and throughout the more recent, testing time has been fantastic and hugely, hugely appreciated by all at the club.
Who are Phoenix Drilling though?
Based on Nairn Road in Deans Industrial Estate, the company provides bespoke site investigation, instrument installation, monitoring, laboratory testing and site survey work for a range of private and commercial clients across the UK.
They’ve enjoyed considerable success, commissioned on a wide range of high profile projects throughout the UK – from large scale geotechnical investigations such as the expansion of RAF Lossiemouth and also the newly proposed route of the A701 to water extraction boreholes for major distilleries and fish farms.
Investment in new purpose-built drilling rigs is a must with all of their rigs fitted out to the highest safety standards and are capable of drilling in the most challenging locations, fully serviced and maintained in-house by experienced mechanics and maintenance engineers. Those same mechanics and engineers make up a team fully focused on the provision of comprehensive and reliable service. Highly motivated and friendly, Phoenix Drilling certainly has the experience required to assess, undertake and report on a wide range of ground investigations.
Managing Director of Phoenix Drilling Ltd, Stephen Glover, has become a familiar face at The Tony Macaroni Arena, rarely missing a game since becoming involved as a sponsor as well as travelling the length and breadth of the country to watch the team play week-to-week too.
Part of Stephen’s package sees him host guests, friends and clients alike in the Phoenix Drilling Hospitality Suite, located at the heart of our main stand, almost neighbouring our Directors Lounge. It certainly hasn’t been uncommon for a number of our players to pop-in and visit Stephen and his guests after a game as well as many a director from both Livingston and opposing teams sticking their head in to say hello.
That’s in no small part down to the warm and welcoming atmosphere that both Stephen and his wife Susan have created in their Suite, almost operating an open door policy, stopping to chat to everyone who passes by and really contributing to making the matchday experience a fantastic one for all in their company.
Keep an eye out across social media later today to see who they choose as Man of the Match!