Delivering Community Benefits

As a responsible company, ASW is committed to delivering community benefits and promoting social sustainability and local regeneration in the areas in which it operates. ASW Management is familiar with the Welsh Government Publication – Community Benefits – Delivering Maximum Value for the Welsh Pound and has used some of the guiding principles within its

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Local Employment, Recruitment & Training of economically inactive people

ASW always aim to employ locally based staff and subcontractors / suppliers as evidenced by the graphs below: Opportunities for Local SME’s The above event was a major success as we are now using six new local subcontractors and local labour and trainees on the Framework. We have developed and implemented Targeted Training and Recruitment method statements

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Community Benefits Kelly Martin

Community Benefits: Beyond Bricks & Mortar Case Study Background: As part of the BB&M commitment for the new Waun Wen project for Swansea Council in September 2014 our Technical Director Ian James liaised with Lee Wyndham of BB&M and Liz Cottle of Job Centre Plus regarding possible positions for BB&M applicants. A number of candidates

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Community Engagement

Community Benefits: Community Engagement Details: ASW Technical Director in his role as Disability Officer of Swansea City FC hosted a forum of Football League clubs at the Liberty Stadium on 17th October 2013. The forum was designed to discuss disability issues and share best practice to improve the matchday experience for disabled supporters. Ian said

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Nominated Charity

ASW Managing Director Anthony Thomas, dropped off some food parcels to the Swansea Foodbank in Gorseinon on behalf of ASW employees. Dave Ward, Swansea Foodbank Manager said “this is a fantastic gesture by a local company that will certainly make a difference to the lives of local people” Anthony Thomas said “ASW has adopted the

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Training and Development Initiatives

Training at ASW: Our staff are our biggest asset and as an Investors in people accredited company (10 years plus) we are committed to training and developing our staff. We carry out a training needs analysis to help ensure our employees have current and appropriate training to carry out craft, management and administration roles. We have

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Pound Churn

In Wales the pound churn for every £1 spent on construction activities is £1.76 as per the Chandler KBS costing model report. Using this model, ASW has calculated that for every pound its clients spends with them, ASW returns £2.01 to the local economy as a result of its business operations.

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