Bridge taking shape at vital King’s Dyke project 19 Mar 2021

A key milestone in a major road and railway transport project in Whittlesey has been marked, with the supporting structure for the bridge close to completion. The reinforced earth abutments, which connect the deck of [read more]

Spectacular footage shows progress on bypass following bridge beam installation 15 Mar 2021

The progress made on a major North Wales infrastructure project by engineering and construction staff has been showcased with a new time lapse video following the installation of beams on two bridges. The footage of [read more]

Jones Bros wins place on £65m NRW Framework 11 Mar 2021

A leading Welsh civil engineering company has been appointed by Natural Resources Wales (NRW) to its £65m Next Generation Framework. Jones Bros Civil Engineering UK will have the opportunity to carry out work on projects [read more]

Jones Bros Supports National Apprenticeship Week 2021 5 Feb 2021

National Apprenticeship Week, which runs from February 8-14, celebrates the positive impact apprenticeships have on individuals, businesses, the economy, and the community. At Jones Bros we regularly take on new apprentices: we have recruited many [read more]

Jones Bros finishes work at busy North Wales junction 1 Feb 2021

Work on street lighting at a busy junction on a North Wales expressway has been completed, bringing to an end Jones Bros’ involvement in a major highways development. Jones Bros Civil Engineering UK delivered the [read more]

Jones Bros graduate scoops prestigious award 29 Jan 2021

A graduate trainee with Ruthin-based civil engineering company Jones Bros has won a prestigious industry award. Elliot Bidmead, 29, from Ruthin, was named most promising trainee engineer (graduate) by The Civil Engineering Contractors Association (CECA) [read more]

Import of rock armour for key sea defence project finished ahead of schedule 26 Jan 2021

The transportation of rock armour as part of a key sea defence project has been completed ahead of schedule. Ruthin-based Jones Bros Civil Engineering UK received more than 50,000 tonnes of rock via vessels to [read more]

Project invests £750,000 into local economy to date 21 Jan 2021

After committing to using local suppliers for a £32m transport scheme in Cambridgeshire, the civil engineering company behind it has so far invested £750,000 in the regional economy. Jones Bros Civil Engineering UK was appointed [read more]

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