Powerday is a family owned Recycling and Waste management company founded in 1980 by Michael Crossan, the company Chairman. Powerday provides solutions to businesses and organisations across London and beyond. Powerday operate the largest Materials Recovery Facility in Southern England from its nine acre Old Oak Sidings site in Willesden, North West London.

Keltbray Group


Keltbray Group is a UK leading specialist business, which offers engineering, construction, demolition, decommissioning, remediation, rail, environmental services and reinforced concrete frame solutions. The company dates back to 1976, employs more than 1,400 people, and is a key player in developing and maintaining Britain’s built environment. Keltbray has grown from a small groundworks company to a £369 million Group of companies.

PHD Group


PHD Group of Companies, based in West London, have been providing innovative solutions to the construction and event industries across the UK and internationally for more than 30 years. As a group we can provide an array of services from scaffolding access, event structures, private client construction, scaffold hoists and mast climbers to complete logistic packages. PHD’s innovative approach provides clients with the best integration of products and services to meet their project requirements.

VGC Group


The VGC Group delivers people, projects and services to the UK's construction and rail industries. The company operates in all types of civil engineering environments including roads and bridges, airports, nuclear facilities, utilities, and mainline and underground rail. VGC are one of the largest labour and staff suppliers to the UK's construction and rail companies and also undertake rail and construction contracts.

Anglotech Solutions


Anglotech Solutions is one of the UK’s largest independent suppliers of copiers, printers and MFP technologies. Operating nationally, the company has thrived in and around London in recent years with world renowned manufacturers Canon, HP and Ricoh among its growing list of partners.



From their early genesis 18 years ago, BLK Sport is now one of the fastest growing sport’s apparel companies on Planet Earth.

Nearly 10,000 teams wear BLK globally, with BLK and London Irish joined forces before the 2019/20 season.

BLK Sport operates with a philosophy that thrives when exploring the unknown, a desire to create a level of innovation and design that allows improvements at any level. This allows all wearers, from professional athletes to the everyday hero, to create a new ceiling of excellence.


Owned by eBay, StubHub reinvented the ticket marketplace in 2000 and continues to lead it through innovation. In May 2016, Ticketbis joined StubHub, connecting over 40 countries of buyers and sellers together.

The online ticket marketplace will work with the club on ticketing initiatives and provide an improved ticketing service for London Irish supporters, including a dedicated customer services team and a user-friendly booking process.



UnitedUs relish a challenge and bring expertise in navigating complex business landscapes and empowering brands to unite their people, find their purpose, and realise their potential. Made up of a crack team of strategists, creatives, developers and producers, they work with a diverse global group of ambitious clients from household names to independent game changers – all who want to do or be something different.

Cayman Islands

Nestled in the western corner of the Caribbean Sea, the three Cayman Islands are well-known for fantastic dining, world-class diving, beautiful beaches and incredible wildlife. This stunning Caribbean destination offers a memorable and luxurious experience for visitors of all ages and interests, whether it’s swimming with the Southern stingrays, exploring spectacular coral reefs, relaxing in a hammock whilst sipping a mudslide or eating in a five-star restaurant.

The Lighthouse Club

Official Charity Partner

The Lighthouse Construction Industry Charity is the only charity that provides mental, physical and financial wellbeing support to the construction community and their families.

A crucial element of the charity’s strategy is to provide a wide range of free and widely available pro-active resources to support the industry.

The charity provides a 24/7 Construction Industry Helpline which provides a range of free and confidential wellbeing support services and this is complemented by their free Construction Industry Helpline App which offers expert guidance on a huge variety of wellbeing issues.

If you’d like to join us in our support for the Lighthouse Construction Industry Charity, you can find out more at www.lighthouseclub.org