Perhaps, in the North Wales area in particular, public perception has been marred by greedy construction companies that gobble up the countryside and plonk identical, sharply priced, houses on top of it – houses which locals are priced out of.
Not every company is like that, and one construction company in North Wales in particular works to improve the built environment as well as the social environment, not just make a quick buck from it and move on to do the same elsewhere.
Take Brenig Construction, for instance. This North Wales based Construction Company and civil engineer already has a positive reputation via all of the positive work they do for the North Wales community.
Unlike other construction firms in the area, Brenig Construction are a local company – which have grown up in the North Wales community, have homes in the North Wales community, and intricately understand the challenges that face the region in terms of heavy-handed property development in times past.
Even better, Brenig Construction are a professional firm which have worked on a number of high-value projects in the past, and one which have impressed a good deal of companies far larger than them with their professionalism and their approach to sustainability, of course seeking to use renewable or recycled materials, but also the other aspect of sustainability in using local materials and local labour in order to reinvest.
Take their award winning Maes Glanarfon development in Llanfairfechan for instance. Brenig Construction used only local materials and local suppliers during this project, subcontracting works requiring varying disciplines to local companies above all.
Brenig Construction also worked with a number of students, from younger children from primary schools to college students eager for first-hand site experience, in order to give back to the community. In order to provide more of an immediate boost to the community around Maes Glanarfon, Brenig Construction also upgraded the community library.
Brenig Construction have embarked upon their next stage of community-focused building with Berth y Glyd – and they show again that they care just as much about improving the community as they do improving the built environment. Already, there has been a large amount of public consultation around this project, as well as projects such as the Peulwys Parade – allowing children from the nearby Peulwys Estate to celebrate the environment around them.
We look forward to providing more updates about this boost to the community in the days to come.