WGS is delighted to be working with a number of schools from 1 April. These new contracts are across Dorset and include schools in Christchurch as well as the north, west and east of the county. In preparation for these new contracts we have held two successful recruitment days in Dorchester and Blandford to increase our number of employees. We have been ordering extra equipment to support our new staff teams and await the delivery of an additional Mitsubishi L200 as well as a Teagle fertiliser spreader, Sisis Quadraplay and a Redexim Charterhouse Overseeder in the next couple of weeks. Our success in securing new work isn’t purely down to offering the most competitive price, customers are reassured that we are investing in our staff through the Living Wage accreditation as well as investing in new equipment and machinery which allows us to provide a reliable, efficient and innovative service.
In addition to our new school contracts we have also recently acquired the contract to provide the grounds maintenance at three Dorset Sure Start centres as well as a three year grass cutting contract for Dorchester town council cemeteries. As the approved installer for Notts Sport synthetic surfacing in the south west we are receiving a steady stream of surfacing enquiries and orders. This work relies on dry weather so we’re pleased to see a break in the rain as we are about to install a new play area for Wychavon District Council. We are also gearing up for spring sports pitch renovations, as the Rugby Football Union’s grounds maintenance contractor for Dorset we’ll have a number of pitches to work on across the county.
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