Wynne Construction win award for second consecutive year. The key successes of the Welsh construction industry were honoured on Friday, 6 March, at the annual 'Built on Success' Awards, hosted by ConstructionSkills Wales.
The Awards, which are in their fourth year, were held in recognition of the companies and individuals who have made a major contribution to the sector, helping to preserve Wales' construction industry in these challenging times.
The Business Development Award recognises a company that demonstrates the foresight and skills needed to achieve clear growth in turnover, whilst sustaining high customer satisfaction and low staff turnover. Two projects featured in Wynne Construction's award submission included the refurbishment of Llandrillo Coleg in Rhyl completed last year and Ysgol y Graig the newly built eco-friendly primary school on Anglesey. Celebrating the award, Chris Wynne, Managing Director, comments:
"I am delighted on behalf of the team to accept this Award, which is a tribute to the dedication shown by all the staff here in our pursuit of excellence. With the support of ConstructionSkills Wales and the ConstructWales programme we are able to realise our goals and this Award provides a morale boost during this period of economic downturn. I urge all companies to remain focused and continue their investment in training and development to ensure construction companies in Wales are best prepared as we emerge from the current situation."
Wynne Construction was one of a number of companies to be nominated for this year's Built on Success Awards which was held at the Celtic Manor Resort in Newport and was attended by key figures in the Welsh construction industry including special guest Deputy Minister for Skills John Griffiths AM. More than 250 people enjoyed the ceremony which was presented by Nigel Walker, Head of Sport for BBC Wales and ex Rugby Union and Wales player.