Wynne Construction’s managing director Chris Wynne has been quoted in a leading Welsh business magazine, discussing the firm’s growth and exciting post-lockdown opportunities.
In the August/September edition of Wales Business Insider, Chris was positioned amongst other business leaders in a North Wales regional focus. In the feature, he discussed post-Covid successes and contributions to the regional economy, with projects worth £85 million to be delivered in the next two years by the Bodelwyddan-based contractor.
Wynne Construction is working on projects right across North Wales, from Ysgol Newydd Corn Hir on Anglesey, to Ysgol Glanrafon in Flintshire.
Other education sector schemes include Ysgol y Faenol in Gwynedd, Ysgol Yr Hafod in Wrexham, and various school sites in Flintshire as part of an Early Years project.
It is also building a £5.5m disability respite centre in Conwy as well as 38 apartments in Bangor on behalf of Adra, a North Wales housing provider.
Chris also spoke about plans to build Wynne’s client base in the north west of England as well as mid and south Wales.
Chris told Wales Business Insider: “We will also be looking to grow our workforce across all levels including managerial and operatives, as well as supporting young people into the industry through apprenticeships.”
Wynne Construction has already made a series of internal promotions as well as recruited ten new staff members.
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