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Building contractor wins university contract

Building contractor Pave Aways has won its first contract at Glyndwr University in Wrexham. The firm is refurbishing the reception area, ‘B’ corridor and graduate enterprise suite in the main campus building at the Plas Coch site in Mold Road as part of a ten-week £374k project.

It is the first time Pave Aways has worked with the university and the scheme will be managed through its team that is usually based at its Welsh office in Benjamin Road, Wrexham.

Managing director Steven Owen said: “This is the latest in a string of education contracts we have carried out in Wales and we are very pleased to be working with the university for the first time. 

“Our experience as an education contractor stands us in good stead to deliver an extensive programme of work in a short time frame to ensure minimal disruption. We hope this will be the beginning of a long-term working partnership that will benefit the university and support the local economy through our staff and supply chain.”

Pave Aways has been awarded contracts in Welshpool, Newtown, Sarn and Llandrindod Wells and is also looking to work with other local businesses including suppliers and contractors, individuals seeking employment or returning to work, small businesses who need skills mentoring, and trades people who want to explore their potential for growth.

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