Please see the images for the notification of the road closures as part of our works to Pont Dawn.
CIVIL ENGINEERS DAY AT THE ZOO
September 28, 2021
A COLWYN Bay civil engineering company and a Rhos-on-Sea charity arranged a day at the Welsh Mountain Zoo last week for almost 200 disabled or disadvantaged North Wales schoolchildren.
Llysfaen-based MWT Engineering, along with the Happy Faces Children’s Charity in Rhos-on-Sea, organised the event which took place on Thursday, September 23, after MWT raised roughly £3,900 by walking, cycling and canoeing across Snowdon in July.
Read more at https://www.northwalespioneer.co.uk/news/19609278.civil-engineers-childrens-hospice-take-disadvantaged-pupils-day-zoo/?fbclid=IwAR0EK6DYORtIDLM1zXpQF8jgdRv61qHD16kXQXC6H3jl1lFhjtPDkVT93C8
LLANSANNAN BRIDGE REPAIRS
Conwy County Borough Council contracted MWT to carry out the repairs, which included five-month emergency works to stabilise the bridge supports…
Read more: https://www.northwalespioneer.co.uk/news/19535867.llansannan-bridge-beautifully-repaired-following-two-year-closure/?ref=fbshr&fbclid=IwAR1dgZV9QAaCwnlfbZelfLzgsg5O3Ga-6OHx7Lc_ldqHwNRg0ypPqx91hDs
TWENTY YEARS AT MWT
October 18, 2021
This week marks MWT’s 20th year in business! Over the last 20 years, there have been many highs, but like with any business, there have been countless lows and many which have made me think that we would not get to this point.
The business was initially run from a tiny desk in the hall of our home and over the years has grown to being a company that now employs over 20 full time employees and one that is expected to have a turnover this year that surpasses £3 million. Read more on our Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/MWTCIVILSPAGE