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Gary Wiltshire Long Service Award
Friday, 19 June 2015 08:03

Churngold Chairman Ross Ancell presents a long service award to Operations Director Gary Wiltshire after over 24 years of loyal service to the business.

Gary is currently based at Southmead Hospital where he has been recycling all the old slabs and foundations from the old hospital buildings into all the necessay aggregates with which to build the much needed new car parks.

 

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Churngold Partners Groundworks Apprenticeships with Weston College
Thursday, 18 June 2015 11:47

APPRENTICESHIPS - Looking to the future

5 local Apprentices have started a one month college based introduction to Groundworks course at Weston College before joining Churngold Construction on a 18 month CITB registered Groundworks Apprenticeship.

The partnership between Churngold and Weston College will involve day release at the college whilst they are employed by Churngold Construction on their sites in the local area.

Churngold have jointly developed the syllabus with the College, so that the Apprentices get the necessary classroom learning to support their learning and development on site.

Whilst Churngold will look to take on 6 Apprentices in the South West each year, they are working with the College to obtain placements and employment for up to 60 Apprentices per year.

 
New Atrium 2B building add on to existing South Wales University
Wednesday, 03 June 2015 07:32

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Churngold Construction are delighted to announce we have have been awarded the contract to carryout substructure, drainage, earthwortks, piling attendance and hard landscaping by Bouygues UK.

The value of this project is £800K.

Works commenced in May 2015.

 

 

 
Winners of the Green Card at Bloxwich Leisure Centre
Wednesday, 03 June 2015 07:01

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Churngold Support Clevedon Pilot Gig Initiative
Friday, 29 May 2015 15:05

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Children that have been excluded from school have been taking part in a series of challenges to support their return into mainstream education, organised by the charity Urban Pursuits in association with Clevedon Pilot Gig Clug.  One of these challenges has been learning to row in the gig owned by Clevedon Pilot Gig Club, who recently received a grant from the Churngold Environment Fund to purchase a plastic training gig.  Members of the Gig Club help cox and train the youngsters who quickly realised that team work and taking responsibility is vital to any successful outcome.  Churngold has a track record of supporting similar initiatives in the local community over the last 30 years.

 

 

 

 

 
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