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GJ Wright civils

‘21 Certificate of Excellence

Hi my name is Gary Wright. I have been running my business GJ Wright civils since 1998. Prior to that I served 6 and a half years in the British army as an infantry soldier and as field engineer. Since starting GJ Wright civils I have orked as a sub contractor to most of the major construction and civil engineering firms in Scotland. I like to bring all experience and knowledge gained to every job with the attention to detail that comes from a military background.

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What do you love most about your job?

I love the transformation of a job, to step back at the end and enjoy what has been created. Plus the psychoanalytic that only hard work can provide.

What inspired you to start your own business?

I worked on sites where I always found myself pushing harder with higher production rates than others around me. I never wanted to stop doing my job but I did want paid for it and I became a subcontractor on the sites, mainly doing kerbing, slabbing, block paving and building walls. The man who was a soldier will always be in me I can't stand idle and wait until a shift is over I enjoy being about it and grafting hard I really can't change that nor would I. So it was always better for me to be self employed

Why should our clients choose you?

I am honest. My prices all come from having set rates this then gives an accountability to all the figures that I put on any invoice. From beginning to end no matter what, you shall find a service that is friendly and helpful. I like to help and I really enjoy my work.

What changes have you made to keep your customers safe from Covid-19?

We shall obey the social distance protocol between client and workers

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