Jennings have secured their third contract in 2018 for Kier North West to carry out groundworks for the proposed Adult Day Care Centre in Queensferry. The contract has been let under the Scape Framework and is set to replace the existing Glanrafon Centre in Queensferry. This contract win comes after success on the £15million Connahs Quay High School project in Flintshire and the new £25million Ysgol Mair RC Primary School and Blessed Edward Jones RC High School in Rhyl.
Thank you so much for all the time and effort you have put into working at Hayfield School. Your generosity has done so much to improve the learning environment at our school and we are extremely grateful to each of you. I would like to invite you all to a ‘Thank You’ assembly from the children on Friday 29th June at 2pm. This will be an opportunity for the children to say thank you personally.
We are delighted to welcome three new members of staff to the company. Gemma Lloyd has joined the company as Payroll/Admin Clerk on a part time basis working each Tuesday and Wednesday. Caroline Viccari has joined the company as Trainee Site Manager and is currently studying a civil engineering degree at Coleg Llandrillo. Caroline has joined us from the utilities sector and is an important addition to our operational team. Wil Bradfield has joined the company as an Assistant Estimator after studying construction management at Liverpool John Moores University. Wil has been recruited to provide valuable support to our busy Estimating department which tenders for civil engineering and groundworks projects in North Wales and North West England and rock armour projects throughout the UK.
Diageo have awarded Jennings a trio of wins at their 18 acre packaging plant in Runcorn. Over the next 5 months, Jennings will improve existing car parking areas, carry out extensive hard standing repairs and construct new loading bays at the plant. The projects follow on from the water main replacement project that saw Jennings replace over 1,200 meters of 150mm and 300mm clean water mains surrounding the expansive site. All works are safety critical and require close liaison and coordination with Diageo engineers to maintain pedestrian and vehicular access at the plant which operates 24 hours per day, 365 days of the year.
Jennings have secured the groundworks package for the proposed £25million ‘Christ the Word Catholic School’ in Rhyl. The school will combine existing schools, Ysgol Mair RC Primary School and Blessed Edward Jones RC High School and is funded through the 21st Century Schools Programme. Over the 2 year construction programme Jennings will employ apprentices and offer work placement opportunities for local unemployed individuals who are looking for a career in construction. A turf cutting ceremony was held by Rt Rev Peter M Brignall, who had the task of selecting the new name from 120 ideas submitted by children, staff and governors. The new school will cater for 420 full time pupils aged three to 11 and 500 pupils aged 11-16.