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Construction Business News - Jones Bros Civil Engineering UK was awarded the contract by the Welsh Government to make junction 19 of the A55 safer for commuters and to help manage congestion. The upgrades on the Black Cat Roundabout, where the A470 meets the A55 in Llandudno Junction, is expected to last for four months.

Civil engineering firm begins work on key highways scheme

Construction Business News - A North Wales construction firm has been appointed to design and build up to 13 early years provisions for schools across Flintshire.

Construction firm awarded multi-million pound contract to improve facilities

Charity Business News - Gorwel, which is run by housing association Gr p Cynefin, assisted more than 350 people per week before the current restrictions during the coronavirus pandemic.

Gorwel reassures victims of domestic abuse of support during COVID-19

Legal Business News - Current government guidelines require people to work from home where possible, including solicitors and judges, with court proceedings taking place via video conference calls. The National Domestic Abuse helpline has seen a 25 per cent increase in requests for help since the lockdown, with concerns that this will continue to grow.

Remote working not impacting injunctions in domestic abuse cases

Retail Business News - Hifsi Ayrancioglu of A to Z Catering has also pointed to offering products to the general public as well as securing new contracts with local councils, which are supplying essentials to vulnerable residents.

A to Z Catering has very promising week as takeaways re-open

Retail Business News - Employees at Nice-Pak International, which manufactures products including antibacterial, hand sanitising and disinfecting wipes, are dealing with increased demand for such products as well as new ways of working.

Wigan key workers praised by antibacterial wipe manufacturer

Retail Business News - Nice-Pak International, a wet wipe manufacturer, has been assigned a Fine to Flush Manufacturer Generic Certificate for its flushable plastic-free moist toilet tissue products.

Key milestone could lead to more water industry approved toilet tissue

Charity Business News - Nightingale House Hospice and the North East Wales branch of Mind will both receive 1,000 from Synthite, a chemical manufacturer in Mold. Synthite was awarded 2,000 by its parent company Tennants Consolidated Ltd, to donate to two local charities.

North East Wales charities to benefit from manufacturer donation

Food Business News - Tyneside Foodservice, which usually provides products for caterers and chefs in the region, shared the update via a Facebook post and after hundreds of shares and 25,000 views in just six hours, the wholesaler is keen to push the message wider.

Foodservice wholesaler steps in to help ease panic buying

Construction Business News - Learners taking part in the traineeship Coleg Cambria construction academy have upgraded a former meeting room at Plas Madoc Leisure Centre in Wrexham and engaged Wynne Construction for support.

Popular community hub renovated with help from traineeship construction academy

Construction Business News - The family firm will continue its contract, awarded by Viridor, the biggest UK-owned recycling and energy recovery company, in to 2020. The multi-million-pound framework has been in place since 2017, with Jones Bros delivering work worth up to 8m in 2019 alone.

Jones Bros extends place on Viridor waste management framework

Property Business News - Gr p Cynefin, which has been awarded the silver accreditation by Investors in People IIP , has implemented a number of recommendations made by assessors during its first assessment in 2016.

Grwp Cynefin secures prestigious workplace accreditation

Technology Business News - Mold-based Synthite has commemorated 100 years since its formation with a ceremony at its Alyn Works site on Denbigh Road.

Synthite has the right formula for 100 years in business

Construction Business News - Ruthin-based Jones Bros Civil Engineering UK has finalised work at Erin landfill site, in Duckmanton, near Chesterfield, on behalf of its long-established client, Viridor, the biggest UK-owned recycling and energy recovery company. The 2.

Work completed on contractors biggest-ever project under latest waste framework

Construction Business News - Jones Bros Civil Engineering UK has installed a waste water treatment works after the Ruthin-based company finalised the delivery of a new 840 metre pipeline in Gwynedd on behalf of Welsh Water. The two-pronged project is the first time Jones Bros has been directly appointed by Welsh Water.

Civil engineering firm delivers second phase of major water treatment plant

Construction Business News - Jones Bros Civil Engineering UK will carry out the construction project which is expected to be completed in June 2020.

Jones Bros to deliver park and share facility off major dual carriageway

Construction Business News - Members of the public will have the chance to meet with officers from Gr p Cynefin housing association to learn more about its Awel y Dyffryn project scheduled to welcome residents later this year.

Grwp Cynefin holds public information event on £12m extra care development

Construction Business News - Jones Bros Civil Engineering UK has been tasked by Conwy County Borough Council to improve the coastal defences and active travel route at Splash Point, at the arches end of the Old Colwyn promenade.

Civil engineering firm begins work on active travel scheme

Construction Business News - Jones Bros Civil Engineering UK was appointed by the developers of the Cheshire Green Industrial Park Cheshire Green to design and construct a 1km spine road plus junctions to each of 10 new units.

Jones Bros completes latest work on Cheshire Green Industrial Park project

Food Business News - Research commissioned by buying group Fairway Foodservice has identified that menus offering healthy alternatives is a key priority for consumers when making decisions on eating out with vegan and vegetarian options on the rise and enticing meat eaters.

Healthy choices becoming priority for diners while good experience remains vital