Since we first started in 1993, JCW Group has carried out screeding work on some of the biggest projects in the UK, ranging from Wembley Station and Canary Wharf. As we celebrate our 25 year anniversary, we take a look back at some of our proudest achievements to date – why not check them out for yourself here today?
Introducing The Make-Up Truck A £75,000 investment in a new tipper truck has helped us find new levels of efficiency. Screeding presents many challenges, and one of the biggest is ensuring our teams have the right amount of screed in the right place at the right time. Traditionally, our screeding gangs will have their screed delivered to them fresh each day. If they need extra, they need to call for
Floor Screed Installation JCW have been laying floor screed for over 20 years. This invaluable experience coupled with a deep understanding of the technicalities and demands of delivering the perfect job has led JCW to make critical decisions as to the materials they use on the grounds of health and quality. In our last blog post we discussed the health benefits of using ready mixed screed in our floor screed
Site mix screed linked to occupational diseases JCW are a Floor Screeding installation company who use only pre mixed floor screed on our projects. This not only ensures the highest quality installation but protects our workers and other site operatives from dangerous exposure to cement dust. We have decided to support the ‘Breathe Freely’ campaign to raise awareness of the dangers of preventable occupational diseases caused by site mixing screed and to highlight the
Floor Screed installed in the iconic Arup building JCW have recently completed the installation of floor screed as part of recent refurbishment works to the iconic Arup building of Cambridge university, home to the Museum of Zoology. The building is to undergo “The complete renewal and refurbishment of the building in an architecturally sensitive way – restoring the integrity of the original design whilst giving the building a new future.”