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The John Perkins #teabreak10: get to know Hayden Pickett in 10 fun questions

4th March 2020 |

Site Manager Hayden Pickett gives his answers to the #teabreak10.

1. What was your first job?

Apprentice Carpenter

2. What’s your pet peeve (thing that annoys you)?

Being told a job has been completed, yet when you check it, it’s not finished.

3. How do you think your colleagues would describe you?

Helpful, reliable and always willing to go the extra mile.

4. Have you ever met anyone famous?

Best F1 driver ever, Lewis Hamilton.

5. What’s the best piece of advice you’ve ever been given?

Treat others how you expect to be treated.

6. Where’s your favourite place in the world?

Malaysia. So much to do and see, wish I could’ve stayed there longer.

7. What’s your usual order at the pub?

Thatchers

8. What’s the best project you’ve worked on at John Perkins Construction?

Clevedon Hall — a very hard and testing job, but a high-quality finish by all involved.

9. If you could have any one superpower, which would you choose?

Time travel for the day – you can look back at history and into the future.

10. What’s one item still left on your bucket list?

Follow the F1 around the world for a whole season.

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