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Wynne Construction wins contract in Cardigan

Wynne Construction wins contract in Cardigan 05-Mar-2021
Wynne Construction has won a £4.8m contract to work on a comprehensive school in mid-Wales which dates back to 1898. Ceredigion County Council has appointed Wynne Construction for the design and build of extensions and remodelling works at Ysgol ... ...more >>

Chris Wynne talks apprenticeships - Wales Business Insider

Chris Wynne talks apprenticeships - Wales Business Insider 02-Mar-2021
Managing Director Chris Wynne, has spoken to a leading Welsh business magazine as part of its coverage of National Apprenticeship Week. Chris is featured in the most recent edition of Wales Business Insider alongside other business leaders from a... ...more >>

College learners get an insight into life on-site

College learners get an insight into life on-site 11-Feb-2021
Carpentry and joinery learners from colleges across Grŵp Llandrillo Menai were given a look behind the scenes into life on a construction site as part of a virtual event to mark National Apprenticeship Week. In total, 41 level 1 learners fro... ...more >>

Apprenticeships still offering great opportunities despite pandemic

Apprenticeships still offering great opportunities despite pandemic 10-Feb-2021
Four North Wales apprentices who have been working on Wynne Construction projects have urged everyone eligible not just school leavers to consider training for a new career as a viable option. While many will opt for an apprenticeship immedia... ...more >>

Wynne Construction celebrates as three employees gain degree-level qualifications

Wynne Construction celebrates as three employees gain degree-level qualifications 27-Jan-2021
Wynne Construction is celebrating after three employees, all of whom started as apprentices, have gained degree-level qualifications in site management. Mark Wilson, 33, Bryn Roberts, 48, and Andy Lea, 32, all passed their NVQ Level 6 in Site Man... ...more >>

Wynne Construction wins new build primary school in Welshpool

Wynne Construction wins new build primary school in Welshpool 12-Jan-2021
Wynne Construction has been awarded the contract by Powys County Council to build the new 150-place primary school for Ysgol Gymraeg Y Trallwng. The Denbighshire-based company will be required to provide substantial opportunities for local contr... ...more >>

 

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