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GW Highways Continue To Build Back Better!

17 Mar 2022

During a recent project in Tunbridge Wells, the GW Highways team carried out a patch repair for a local business that struggled with client’s cars scraping the underside of their vehicle on a failed reinstatement. This was completed as part of adjoining scheme at no charge to the local business or the client; GW Highways adding value to the local community and once again as we continue to ‘build back better’.

“We own two Personal Training gyms in Tunbridge Wells and for many years have struggled with subsidence in our parking spaces at one of our sites. We have had two contractors out previously to remedy the problem with no success. GW Highways sent out surveyors and completed works to our spaces which have completely fixed the subsidence issue. The quality of workmanship and the professionalism of service are amazing, and I would not hesitate to recommend. Thanks so much to David Gibbins and his team” Jon Manners – Director TWPT.

We build in the communities that we live in, so we naturally take extra special care when we’re on a project because we’re invested in the outcome. And because we all live and work in Kent, it means we reinvest locally. So, when we say we’re putting your pound back in the ground, we really mean it!

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