A HISTORY OF SUCCESS

Celebrating 27 successful years in business, WRW is firmly established as one of the leading construction and development companies in mid and south Wales.

WRW WAS BORN
Robert and Debbie Williams formed Robert Williams Painting Decorating in the garage of their home in Mynyddygarreg.
FIRST OFFICE
Company moves to it’s new office near Kidwelly Train Station.
MAIN CONTRACTOR
The company undertakes it’s first Building Project as Main Contractor. Working as a multi-disciplined sub-contractor WRW inherited project from the main contractor who unfortunately went in to administration.
BECOMING LIMITED
Robert and Debbie decide to incorporate the company to minimise the risks associated with being a sole trader. W.R.Williams Construction Limited
DEVELOPING
W.R.Williams Developments Limited is formed and incorporated.
REACH A MILLION
W.R.Williams Construction Limited’s turnover exceeds £1m for the first time.
GROUP OF COMPANIES
The backbone of the current group is established as Grwp WRW Cyf is formed as Parent company to W.R.Williams Construction Limited and W.R.Williams Developments Limited.
MILLION POUND CONTRACT
W.R.Williams Construction Limited is appointed as main contractor for its first £1m+ Project. The site at Melin Mynach involved the construction of 72 Dwellings comprising of x31 3 Bedroom Houses, x27 2 Bedroom Houses, x4 2 Bedroom Flats and x10 1 Bedroom Flats.
ON THE MOVE
The group relocates to Goring Road, Llanelli from Kidwelly to continue its growth.
BRAND CHANGES
As part of a new branding strategy W.R.Williams Construction Ltd becomes WRW Construction Ltd and W.R.Williams Developments becomes WRW Developments Ltd.
GROWING BUSINESS
WRW Construction Ltd’s turnover passes £5m for the first time.
BIG CONTRACT
WRW Construction Ltd is appointed main contractor to deliver Pentre Nicklaus in Llanelli. The £25m project over 4 phases for the construction of 120 residential dwellings, of 15 different house types, all to a very high specification, including infrastructure works to high adoptable standards and roadways.
DOUBLE DIGITS
WRW Construction Ltd experiences significant growth and almost doubles in size within the year and reaches over £10m turnover.
GROWING PRESTIGE
WRW Construction Ltd is appointed to construct the Machynys Peninsula Golf Club. The project consisted of the design and construction of a 1600m² two storey Golf Club, comprising of a Pro Shop, changing facilities, spa, sauna and health suite as well as a bar, restaurant, function room and kitchen area, together with all associated external works, drainage and incoming services.
BREEAM EXCELLENT
WRW Construction Ltd completes it’s first BREEAM Excellent project at Canolfan Gorseinon Centre. The project was for the design & build of a new community centre house start up offices, training room, a crèche, multi-purpose hall, along with associated offices and welfare accommodation and external works.
TRAGEDY
WRW mourns at the tragic Passing of Director Raymond Gravell. Ray was a man who epitomised Welsh culture and compassion. From being a very close friend of WRW founders Robert and Debbie and latterly to his role as a Director, Raymond brought a sense of passion for life which was rarely rivalled. His rugby achievements are legendary as a Scarlet, Welsh International and as British and Irish Lion and his sincerity and compassion will never be forgotten. In memory of one of Wales’ greatest ambassadors, WRW Group Chairman Robert Williams is a founder Trustee and current Chairman of the Ray Gravell and Friends Charitable Trust. The Trust supports causes and individuals in West Wales that we know would have been close to his heart. - See more at: http://www.gravaffrindiau.co.uk/
CONTINUED GROWTH
WRW Construction Ltd turnover exceeds £20m for the first time.
BREEAM OUTSTANDING
WRW Construction Ltd is appointed to design and build the £11m Ysgol y Ffwrnes for Carmarthenshire County Council. The project reaches BREEAM Outstanding rating.
NEW REGION
As part of its continued growth and success in the area, WRW open its first regional office in Cardiff bay.
STATE OF THE ART
WRW leaves Goring Road and moves in to its current Headquarters building in Llanelli.
BIM BEGINS
WRW Construction appointed on £3m Burry Port CP School for Carmarthenshire County Council. The project will be the first BIM certified project for WRW.
PASSIVHAUS
WRW Construction appointed on £3m Burry Port CP School for Carmarthenshire County Council. The project will be delivered to a passivhaus standard.
ROYAL HONOUR
WRW Founder and current Chairman Robert Williams is awarded an MBE for services to Training and Skills in the construction industry.

Adeiladu ar Ansawdd | Building on Quality

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