Working for Worcester
A Close-Knit Community

From reducing our environmental impact, to using local suppliers and businesses. Find out how we’re working closer with Worcester County Council and the local community to change the way the construction industry operates.

Watch our videos to find out more.

Wes Tudge

Working for our communities

From raised flower beds to building a reading Den. Here’s frameworks Operations Manager, Wes Tudge, on lending a hand in the local community.

Lee Botchett

Building Relationships

Who better to ask about our growing relationship with Worcester, than somebody with over a decade’s experience working on the Worcestershire framework. Here’s our Works Manager, Lee Botchett.

Carla Rendell

Health and Wellbeing

From guest speakers, to downing tools for a walk in the woods. Here’s our Social Value Manager, Carla Rendall, on the importance of health and wellbeing in the workplace and beyond.

James Herdman

Work Placements

Some students take a year out of university to travel the world, others, like our very own trainee engineer, James Herdman, chose to stick a little closer to home to explore the construction industry.

Nigel Davies

Health and Safety

Nothing is more important to us than the safety and wellbeing of our staff. Here’s Operations Director, Nigel Davies to tell us more.

Adrian Davies

Sustainability. Sustainability. Sustainability.

Plant and Transport Director, Adrian Davies, runs us through how Griffiths are staying ahead of the game on CO2 reduction.