Colwyn Bay Construction Firm Brenig Construction are the 4th best performing business in the whole of Wales across all sectors and the best performing business within the construction sector, according to last weekend’s Fast Growth 50 awards, which were held in Cardiff.
This Construction firm in Conwy North Wales amazingly were ranked with a 770 Growth rate — which more than double of the rate of their South Walian competitors. In North Wales, an area generally acknowledged to not even have a quarter of the funding placed into other areas of the country in regard to renovation and regeneration efforts, this is a high accomplishment indeed.
Brenig Construction’s contribution to the North Wales area is undoubtable. Brenig Construction have worked on varying projects within the North Wales area, such as coastal defence works within Rhyl, the much vaunted and highly anticipated social housing effort within Llanfairfechan, as well as the renovations of Ysgol y Gogarth and Rhyl High School.
That’s not all that Brenig Construction have provided to the North Wales area – this Colwyn Bay based firm have assisted and completed a number of improvement projects within the North Wales area, and beyond.
Brenig Construction were also awarded a special award, for being the highest ranked Construction Company in the whole of North Wales in terms of growth!
Their directors, Mark Parry and Howard Vaughan had this to say in regard to this incredible achievement: “ It is an incredible achievement to be identified as one of the top fifty fastest growing companies in Wales and to then go on and be named the fastest growing company in the building and construction sector across Wales is unbelievable. Furthermore and since the awards we have also been advised that Brenig Construction is the fastest growing company in the North Wales region. This is testament to the hard work and dedication of the entire team at Brenig and both Howard and myself would like to thank everybody for their efforts and dedication over the last four years.”
Following Brenig Construction were Bethesda based attraction behemoth Zip World, and Wrexham based Rawson Digital, restaurant chain Dylan’s- which has locations throughout North Wales (and plans for yet another within Conwy), and Bangor based Watkin Jones who provide student accommodation. Also included was Wrexham based Jolly Good Vehicle Rentals.
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