Are you a carpenter in Pembrokeshire? Or a bricklayer in South West Wales? How about a dry liner or a metalworker or even a roofer or electrician? For a range of trades like these, work could be coming your way.

Major contractors BAM and Willmott Dixon are seeking a range of skilled trades as part of a ‘meet the contractor day’ hosted by Pembrokeshire County Council. The Council needs to identify suitable partners to meet the county’s future construction needs.

The event takes place on Wednesday 12 October at the Bridge Innovation centre between 11am and 1pm.

“Major contractors like ours, work frequently on schemes valued at over £5 million and running sometimes to the tens of millions. We rely on having suitable and skilled supply chain partners who are located in the areas where we are building. This is a big opportunity for anybody who would like to know more about us to come forward and discuss what they can do so that we can work together on future major schemes in Pembrokeshire.”

Keith Treharne

BAM’s Supply Chain Manager for Wales

To register your interest contact Stephen Barnett on Stephen.barnett@pembrokeshire.gov.uk or ring him on 01437 775 598.

Trades of particular interest are: bricklaying, carpentry, ceramic tiling, cladding, dry living, fencing, fire protection, flooring, groundworks, landscaping, metalwork, roofing, scaffolding (NASC approved), surfacing, suspended ceilings, temporary electrics, windows and curtain walling.

The Bridge Innovation centre is located on Pembrokeshire Science and Technology Park, SA72 6UN.