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We mentioned back in August about some awards being on the horizon, and we’ve done even better than we possibly could have dreamed. At last weekend’s Fast Growth 50 awards, we managed to rank in the top 5 of the fastest growing 50 companies within the whole of Wales at position 4 in the list.

Furthermore, we received a huge a surprise by the fact that we managed to beat away the competition to obtain another award!

Brenig Construction were honoured with obtaining the 2016 award for the Fastest Growing Firm in Construction and Building Services at the Fast Growth 50 award ceremony!

This is an unbelievable honour, and we were stunned to find that we’d beaten every Construction firm within the whole of Wales with our growth over the past 3 years in order to achieve this.

Our projects have been vast and many and since our conception and formation- we’ve stayed true to our initial commitment to Health and Safety, sustainable building and the respect for the environment, as well as fulfilling our work to the client’s budget – on schedule, on time, and of course to fantastic quality and high standard.

Through thick and thin, Brenig Construction have delivered – and to see that acknowledged is incredible.

Our directors, Mark Parry and Howard Vaughan, had this to say:

“It is an incredible achievement to be identified as one of the top fifty fastest growing companies in Wales and to then go on and be named the fastest growing company in the building and construction sector across Wales is unbelievable. Furthermore and since the awards we have also been advised that Brenig Construction is the fastest growing company in the North Wales region. This is testament to the hard work and dedication of the entire team at Brenig and both of us would like to thank everybody for their efforts and dedication over the last four years.”