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Roger Morton has been appointed to the newly created role of director of strategic change at Willmott Dixon.
Willmott Dixon’s Stockport interchange development is equipping local young people with skills to find work in the construction industry through hands-on training at the on-site Building Lives Academy.
Building for All, the Willmott Dixon white paper published in June, provides unique insight and learning for authorities developing a new generation of schools for pupils with special educational needs or disability (SEND).
Willmott Dixon has revealed its financial highlights for the 12 months to 31 December 2021, and has generated a turnover of £1.1bn explains group chief executive, Rick Willmott.
Willmott Dixon has been appointed to deliver a new £8.8m Milton Keynes primary school and nursery that will accommodate over 600 pupils.
Willmott Dixon has been appointed by Darlington Borough Council to deliver its £35m Railway Heritage Quarter Museum.
Willmott Dixon Interiors has completed work on the £2.85m extension to Brighton urgent treatment centre, which will improve the care environment for patients receiving treatment.
Wates Group and Willmott Dixon have been listed as The Times Top 50 Employers for Women 2022, the UK’s most highly profiled and well-established listing of employers striving for gender equality in the workplace.
Willmott Dixon has commenced work on a new £43m retirement living community - called Homewood Grove in Chertsey, Surrey, for Rangeford Villages.
Willmott Dixon is pioneering offsite manufacturing techniques nationally after winning awards for its prefabricated construction of the University of Warwick’s Interdisciplinary Biomedical Research Building.
Willmott Dixon is celebrating two prestigious European architecture awards, after the Town House and The Box became the only UK projects to gain international recognition.
Willmott Dixon Interiors has announced the completion of the £8.5m Wellington House refurbishment - the headquarters of West Yorkshire Combined Authority.
Willmott Dixon's employability initiative has reached a major milestone, as a pupil becomes the 1,000th person to complete its enrichment programme to equip young people with key skills to succeed in the workplace.
Willmott Dixon has been appointed by the Fragrance Group to deliver the new £23m Corbyn Head Hotel in Torquay.
Mace Construct and Willmott Dixon have secured a joint appointment by Crown Commercial Service to all three lots of the NHS ProCure23 Framework, which marks a significant step forward for collaborative construction in England’s healthcare sector.
Willmott Dixon has been appointed by Newport City Council to deliver the Bassaleg Comprehensive School upgrade, which will create over 300 extra school places and help to meet demand in the area.
Willmott Dixon has been appointed to deliver a new £65m Northminster housing and commercial development for Peterborough Investment Partnership (PIP).
Later living specialist Rangeford Villages has appointed Willmott Dixon to complete a new £43m retirement community near Chertsey, Surrey.
Willmott Dixon has been appointed by Telford and Wrekin Council to provide a £9.7m modular upgrade to Holy Trinity Academy, to improve and amend the school’s amenities.
Willmott Dixon has been awarded a £6.5m interior fit-out contract for 428 apartments on the Perry Barr Residential Scheme, Birmingham.
James Gordon, senior HR manager at Willmott Dixon Interiors, explains how apprenticeships are facilitating a cultural shift within the company and helping to promote learning at all levels of the business.
Willmott Dixon has partnered with North Tyneside Council to deliver a net zero transport hub and sustainable town square in North Shields.
Willmott Dixon has been appointed by West Yorkshire Police to deliver a new headquarters for the Kirklees district.
Willmott Dixon is collaborating with two more London boroughs and three colleges to open Building Lives Academies to train up hundreds of people annually so that they can find work in construction.
Willmott Dixon has started work in Okehampton, to deliver a new £10.7m SEMH school for children with special needs in West Devon, on behalf of Devon County Council.
Willmott Dixon and partners joined with council leader Simon Robinson, to lay the first part of the low-carbon fabric of the new two-storey leisure centre building.