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We have been working on the Royal Welsh Warehouse, known as the Pryce Jones Building, in Newtown to create a production facility which now employs 77 people.
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Ford Village Hall, near Shrewsbury, is looking fabulous after winning the SWG Community Building Award. The improvement work has given it a new lease of life.
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The SWG Construction Academy will help school pupils gain practical skills and experience which stands them in good stead for a future construction career.
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SWG Construction is nearing completion of building an extension for TRAX, a successful international firm based in Newtown. The extension required the construction of a steel portal frame, involving extensive groundwork and the use of innovative materials to ensure maximum energy efficiency.
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A chat with three of the apprentices who are starting out their careers here at SWG Group.
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A look at a recent project to renovate a former community building into new commercial premises for a Shropshire company.
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Refurbishment work at the village school in Kerry, near Newtown, uncovered some superb examples of quality Victorian workmanship - including an unusual lightning conductor.
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SWG has donated £300 to the Welshpool Community Angels to help them support people self-isolating during the coronavirus pandemic.
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The SWG Academy is a groundbreaking initiative to help schoolchildren work towards a new GCSE in Construction and the Built Environment, giving them a clear pathway to a career in the construction industry.
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A surprising discovery shone a light on the fascinating history of the old bank in Welshpool, during a project to refurbish the building for a charity.