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Some key facts about our company and the value we bring to the communities we work with.
We delivered Tesco's largest ever mixed-use development - Woolwich Central 80,000 sq ft superstore and 259 homes over 17 storeys.
First company to bring standardised solutions to market, with Sunesis cutting costs for schools, care homes and leisure centres by 30%.
Our Kingsgate House is first in the world to achieve PEFC certification.
be:here aims to create 5,000 homes for private renters by 2017.
60% of project spend within 35 mile radius.
93% of site waste diverted from landfill in 2013
Over £1 million invested each year (time and materials) in local projects.
We are the only contractor to have its own internal sustainability consultancy
Established in 1852, Willmott Dixon is a privately-owned business with a modern outlook and innovative approach.
Major contractor and developer to win a Queen's Award for Enterprise in the category of Sustainable Development.
Recognised for outstanding investment in communities with a CommunityMark from Business in the Community
One of UK’s largest privately owned contracting, residential development and property support companies.
£1 billion +
No company has won more gold medals at the Construction Manager of the Year awards
The only carbon neutral construction and support services company and the only one with a dedicated in-house sustainability consultancy
WWF's new HQ we built in Woking is transforming how people view sustainable office space
Behind the first homes in London to be built especially for private rent - on the Aberfeldy estate in Tower Hamlets
Group Chief Executive Rick Willmott is the fifth generation of the family to lead Willmott Dixon
Investing over £1m each year in research and development
The only contractor with a strategic alliance with The Wildlife Trusts, ensuring we get the right expertise on every project
£1m invested in 4Life Academy to train 2,000 people a year. Further £2m invested each year on staff, including 100 management trainees and 50 apprentices.
Report Transforming Communities tackles how companies must invest in their communities.