Who we are?
Sound business practise, elegant and considerate craftsmanship, a proud legacy of traditional values – these are the reasons John Weaver (Contractors) is so easy to work with and that so many customers become long term partners.
But we’re not a business that’s stuck in the past. We’re a family firm with over a century of combined construction experience; we embrace this tradition but we’re at the cutting edge of modern building methods and materials, ensuring the buildings we work on benefit from a truly professional finish that minimises fuss and makes life simpler for our clients be they project managers, architects, estates managers or procurement professionals.
We don’t believe in outsourcing all our work – we have a directly employed workforce to ensure standards are met and that clients have a consistent point of contact. Those subcontractors we do appoint are selected via strict criteria of quality, locality and shared values.
John Egan’s Rethinking Construction report resonates strongly with our belief in offering quality and competitive costs, and we identify ourselves as a truly client-led organisation with a hands on approach when working with the likes of local authorities, educational establishments and private customers.
Our business is divided into two divisions, each focused on meeting the specific needs of our core customers while sharing our established corporate values:
Combining many services – from traditional contracting to small works and production of bespoke furniture, we’ve built a reputation for being a pleasure to work with. The buildings we develop are of high quality throughout, minimising hassle for building managers and occupiers into the future.
Our building conservation arm is focused on ensuring existing landmarks and heritage buildings – which form the backbone of a significant portion of the Welsh tourism industry – are kept safe, usable and aesthetically correct. Our dedicated team of experts, builders and artisans understand not only the finer technical details when it comes to conserving buildings, but also the heart and soul of the structures in our care.