Care Home – Crewe

We are pleased to be part of a project which refurbishes house to make them suitable for less able members of society.

This was an extremely rewarding opportunity and we hope to be completing more of these kind of projects in the future.

Shop fit in Hilton

This tired old newsagent’s in the lovely village of Hilton was in search for somebody to give it a little spruce up, and JWF did just that!

After clearing the entire space out we created a white box. This is perfect for a number of different businesses to set up shop….what will it be?

Refurb in Hilton – Finished

We only had three weeks to complete this refurbishment….take a look!!

 

Completed extension in Tamworth!!

Take a look at the finishing photographs of the extension in Tamworth JWF started just before Christmas. We know you will wish it was yours!

Refurb in Hilton – WEEK 1

We have 3 weeks to refurbish this sad looking house in the lovely little village of Hilton.

JWF now have CSCS black cards!!

The CSCS Card is an industry wide measure of your competence on a building site, both in terms of health and safety and of skill level.
The Card is used to make sure that the workers on a building site are who they say they are, and that their skills and qualifications are as they claim.
The Construction Skills Certification Scheme was originally introduced to quash problems with site safety and worker skills that were being experienced by employers in construction. From an employer’s point of view, each worker’s CSCS Card is an insurance policy: that they are technically able to work on a building site, and that they are safely qualified to do so.
There are a number of advantages to having a Black CSCS card. Firstly it will show anyone you are working for or with that you have the qualification and it will give them the confidence that you have the necessary ability and have been able to show it to the examiners. It also means that you are up to date with the latest Health and Safety and at the higher level as a manager is expected to know more than a trainee or supervisor. It is also helpful for keeping up to date with what you need to know.