The Fochabers Village Association will use the donation to complete the installation of an air conditioning unit in the balcony seating area of the hall.
In April, Morrison Construction completed a £800,000 Fochabers rising main replacement across Old Road Bridge for Amey, Black &Veatch joint venture on behalf of Scottish Water.
SGN began £500,000 of complex work in February to replace the gas main on the Old Road Bridge.
The companies worked together to keep temporary shelter in place across the bridge, above the River Spey, to protect the infrastructure and project teams from the elements during construction.
Morrison Construction Performance Manager Christina Calder, said: ‘‘At Morrison Construction, we believe in giving back to the communities we live and work in as part of our progressive community benefits programme. We are delighted to assist with the maintenance of the Fochabers village hall, a special venue at the heart of this community.’’
SGN Project Manager Allan Howie commented: “We understand roadworks can be frustrating so would like to thank the local community for their patience and understanding whilst we worked. It’s really important to us to give something back to our local communities, so donating to the maintenance of the village hall was a pleasure.”