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Yearly Archives: 2021

Rock solid future for apprenticeship graduates

Two Isle of Wight apprentices are celebrating the successful completion of their four-year training courses with Wight Building Materials. Aaron McHugh and Steve Deacon have secured Level 3 NVQ qualifications in their chosen specialist areas while learning practical skills ‘on the job’ at the Island’s leading supplier of construction and building materials. Wight Building Materials […]

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Wight Building Materials Steps In To Support Ryde’s Beach Lifeguards

Wight Building Materials stepped in to help Ryde Beach Lifeguards when it learned about a new storage facility that was needed to help Ryde Beach Lifeguards to grow and improve its service. “When we learned that Ryde Beach Lifeguards were short of funds to complete their new building project, we were delighted to provide ready-mix […]

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New project gives environmental and economic boost

A new multi-million pound project is underway to make sand and gravel extraction at Wight Building Materials among the most efficient and environmentally-friendly in the UK. The company has begun the installation of technology called a filter press which dramatically reduces the amount of water used in the processing of aggregate materials. The press – […]

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