Jones Bros amongst best on show at Royal Welsh 2 Aug 2022

  Jones Bros has been giving people old and young a glimpse into life working in civil engineering. The Ruthin-headquartered company headed to the Royal Welsh Show in Builth Wells to showcase the world of [read more]

Helping hand as Hari shows the ropes to first Morlais apprentices 1 Aug 2022

A higher apprentice is passing on his knowledge to new recruits as construction gets underway on a £36 million energy tidal project in Anglesey. Jones Bros Civil Engineering UK is building the onshore infrastructure for [read more]

Local MP meets apprentices at purpose-built training centre 25 Jul 2022

Vale of Clwyd MP Dr James Davies met civil engineering apprentices during a recent visit to their training centre in Denbigh. Jones Bros Civil Engineering UK currently has 40 apprentices on its books, with the [read more]

Company-wide initiatives help Jones Bros reduce carbon emissions 22 Jul 2022

Eliminating 90 per cent of CO2 emissions on heavy plant activity on a single site is just one example of the impact of a civil engineering firm’s focus on its environmental activity. Jones Bros Civil [read more]

Major milestone as new bridge over the King’s Dyke level crossing opens ahead of schedule 11 Jul 2022

A civil engineering company has hit a major milestone ahead of schedule following the opening of a new bridge over the King’s Dyke level crossing. Jones Bros Civil Engineering UK is delivering the £32m project [read more]

Civil engineering company deliver enabling works for two offshore wind farm projects 8 Jul 2022

A UK civil engineering company has successfully delivered the enabling works package for two major offshore wind energy developments in the North East of England. Jones Bros Civil Engineering UK was appointed to prepare a [read more]

Proud project engineer can’t wait to see what the future holds 4 Jul 2022

Wearing the Jones Bros logo with pride, Gareth Owen is excited about his future with the civil engineering company. The project engineer, who currently spends his time between landfill sites in Beaconsfield and Didcot, is [read more]

Civil engineering company hits 500,000 hours without lost time incident on offshore wind project 1 Jul 2022

A civil engineering company has reached 500,000 hours without recording a single lost time incident (LTI) as part of its work on the world’s largest offshore wind farm. Jones Bros Civil Engineering UK is delivering [read more]

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