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John Weaver Contractors supports CITB event for International Women’s Day

John Weaver Contractors were delighted to support the CITB event on 8th March to celebrate International Women’s Day 2019.  The event was used to promote the construction sector across Wales. Ruby Bhogal, Project Manager and finalist of Great British Bake off 2018 was speaking at the event, and there was also video interviews played to the

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John Weaver Contractors are shortlisted for an Apprenticeship Development Award

We are delighted to announce John Weaver Contractors have been shortlisted for the Apprenticeship Development Award at the Swansea Bay Business Awards.  The winner will be announced at this years ceremony at the Brangwyn Hall in February. JWC recognise that the Company’s direct workforce including apprentices is fundamental to the continued success of the organisation

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Announcement of Ceri Best’s Promotion at John Weaver Contractors

2019 starts with some fantastic promotion news for our Senior Quantity Surveyor, Ceri Best, who in his 10th year at the business has been promoted to Associate Director.  Ceri will continue in his commercial role as well as fully support the Directors at Board level in the overall corporate management of John Weaver Contractors. Terry

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Primary Schools in Glynneath visit their new Medical Centre during Construction

It was a delight to recently introduce the children from Cwmnedd Primary and Ysgol Gymraeg Primary to the new build medical centre at Glynneath during the construction works.  This was their first of many educational visits for them to see the medical centre being built, learn more about construction and find out more about their

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Restoring the Great Gates of Hay Castle

The gates of Hay Castle are being removed this week (September 14th) for the first time in almost 400 years, as part of a Heritage Lottery Fund-backed project to rescue the historic border castle and open it up to the public. The massive wooden gates, which are currently fenced off and hidden behind a tangle

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Restoration Begins at Musgrave Engine House in Swansea

Our Conservation team have started the restoration work at Musgrave Engine House in Swansea on the Copperworks complex. Brief history of the building: In 1910 a new mill and engine house was built to house a single-cylinder Musgrave Uniflow engine. The Uniflow engine was the last major development in reciprocating steam engine design, being an

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