Wernick helps Swansea students get ‘Offsite Ready’

University students in Swansea had their eyes opened to offsite construction during an informative visit to the Construction Wales Innovation Centre (CWIC) and the Wernick Buildings factory in Port Talbot. The students from the University of Wales Trinity Saint David…

Offsite insight for Willmott Dixon and Swansea Uni

Willmott Dixon, one of the UK’s largest construction businesses, sent their newest and brightest to the Wernick Buildings factory to help develop their knowledge of all things modular. The Management Trainees are the latest to develop a career in construction…

Men’s Sheds Members Visit Modular Factory

Men’s Sheds’ are social groups or enterprises set up in local communities for the benefit of men who would normally spend large amounts of time alone. The idea originated in Australia and was developed by the health board to tackle…

Wernick Lead the Charge for Sustainability

First Minister Carwyn Jones has visited Wernick Buildings Kenfig factory as it unveils three electric car charging points, which will be powered by electricity generated onsite. The power points will complement the company’s investment into hybrid company cars, and allow…

First Minister of Wales Opens New Factory

Wernick Buildings’ new factory at Kenfig Industrial Estate was opened on the 4th of June by the First Minister of Wales, Carwyn Jones. Wernick Buildings have been producing modular and portable buildings in South Wales since 1989, when the company purchased a factory at Neath Abbey from Taylor Woodrow…