Fast approaching our 25th year of trading DU Construction Ltd continue to grow from strength to strength.
As the leading construction company on Anglesey we are at present working with Horizon Nuclear Power on their call-off framework for approved contractors at the Wylfa site, approaching our 8th year, and also have completed projects alongside Jones Brothers and Balfour Beatty. We are also on Gwynedd County Council’ planned maintenance framework as well as the Undod framework which sees planned maintenance carried out on Social Housing throughout North Wales.
2016 was not only was our 20th year of trading but it was also our most successful year - securing many new contracts and strengthening our links with existing clients. During this time we have been able to increase both turnover and enable new apprentices to come on board with us. This along with our third year in our new office and warehouse building has set firm roots for future growth.
DU Construction provides a solution for many construction projects having carried out various design and build as well as traditional contracts. Within our organisation we provide local jobs for local tradesmen and apprentices. This ethos has borne fruit with many apprentices developing and continuing to broaden their horizons and further their careers by becoming skillful tradesmen.
Our continued partnership with Anglesey Council has seen us refurbish over 450 council owned properties throughout the Island, taking us to our biggest single contract award of over £3 million for the refurbishment of 79 properties on the Teseifion Estate in Holyhead
2018 has seen the company move into the housing development sector and commence with the construction of 24 properties in 2 villages on the Island working in partnership Grwp Cynefin, a local housing association.
Other services include term maintenance contracts, smaller domestic renovations, private new build schemes, civil engineering and drainage works all carried out within the North Wales area.
Our client base at present includes Horizon Nuclear Power, Ynys Mon County Council , Gwynedd County Council, Cartrefi Cymunedol Gwynedd, Grwp Cynefin, Betsi Cadwaladr Trust, Glanbia Cheese along with working alongside all the local architects and consultants.