We believe great responsibility is entrusted to the construction industry in the communities in which we work.
Wynne Futures is a robust framework of four individual hubs, each with its own particular focus to deliver knowledge, skills, training and development, and support for social value across all our business operations.Foundation Hubs - Find out more
- £6,893 Value of sponsorship spent on local projects in communities
- 74% Average total project spend to Welsh-based SMEs
- 51 Number of jobs created/new entrants from NEET/unemployment achieved
- 86 Average training weeks achieved per £m of project spend
Since 2015, we have achieved the above KPI results from our projects across the region
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How the Foundation can help
The construction sector is such a vast industry with so many different avenues to go down from office work to being based on site. It’s one of the best industries to work in, and for a youngster, there are that many openings and opportunities they can do. I’m really grateful to Wynne for investing in my career and development and I’m looking forward to putting the theory in practice on site
Bryn Roberts Wynne Construction - Site Manager
Generally, the reaction of being a female and going into a trade has been brilliant and people are pleased for me and have provided a lot of encouragement.
I’ve really enjoyed my time working out on site and it was such a crucial part to help with my development. I actually find painting and decorating to be relaxing
Lucy Davies Coleg Cambria
I was a good joiner but I knew I wanted to get into management. I enjoy working for Wynne Construction as they look after their employees and believe in staff development.
Mark Wilson Wynne Construction - Site Manager
We are thrilled to have received the help from Coleg Cambria, Wynne Construction, Linney Cooper, Kronospan and Tesco, this project would not have progressed without their help.
We’re a local charity and this will make a big difference to us and what we can offer in the future.
Denise Chadwick Plas Madoc Leisure Centre
When Wynne Construction’s name came up at the Job Centre, I asked if I could apply for a work experience placement there. The placements are voluntary and you are required to spend two weeks on them.
I asked to stay on longer at the site. Other guys said I was an idiot for working voluntarily. I disagreed and I’m the one with the job now.
Brian Edwards Wynne Construction Site Operative