Wynne Construction's innovative approach to achieving growth is the focus of a leading business magazine's report.
Wynne Construction, which has evolved to thrive in the Welsh construction sector, features in a Wales Business Insider article written by editor Douglas Friedli.
The publication covered the award-winning companyís successful switch to design and build contracts, in addition to its off-site pre-assembly of components to save time and reduce carbon emissions.
And it was the latest piece of media commentary for the contractor, after managing director, Chris Wynne, discussed the challenges of the industry with the Daily Post and Wales Business Insider in 2018.
Chris said: ďWe are a respected name in the construction sector, and being continually approached by top business publications further cements our reputation as a forward-thinking and dynamic firm.
"Innovation has got us where we are today. We never stand still and always look for ways to advance, for example we invested in new technology to become the first indigenous Welsh contractor to achieve full building information modelling (BIM) Level 2 certification.
"Our BIM status allows us to create detailed digital plans of builds before they start, and itís being carried out on some of our major projects, including the multi-million pound redevelopment of Coleg Cambria's Yale campus."
Wynne Construction operates throughout North Wales, Mid Wales and the North West of England, and regularly leads on projects in sectors including education, healthcare, and sport and leisure.
In November 2018, it was named SME (up to 250 employees) of the year at the UK-wide Constructing Excellence awards.
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