JW Cannon had a bumper 2017, completing work on £4.5m worth of contracts. The projects which ranged from small domestic insurance repairs worth £1500.00 up to full re build or refurbishments up to £500k featured homes, a school and a theatre demonstrated the diverse expertise of the company. They included: Dickens Street, Battersea: a full
JW Cannon teed up a £3,500 boost for The Children’s Trust Brain Injury Hub by hosting a charity golf day at Banstead Woods Golf Club course. Former Crystal Palace and England footballer John Salako was among those who took part in the event contested by 18 teams of four golfers. Players started off with a breakfast
JW Cannon carried out more than £1.2million worth of work and property improvements over the summer. Within one tight, eight week window, the JW Cannon team completed a number of major schools projects. The work, at the various schools, involved everything from the formation of a new staff room, to re-tarmacking tennis courts, as well
Works are progressing well at The Roehampton Club. The brickwork is nearly completed, major steelwork in place and the roof should start being installed by the end of this week.The internal finishes are beginning to take shape with studwork and plastering on site and in motion.