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FM Conway celebrate 60th anniversary

FM Conway

Infrastructure services group marks significant milestone as a business, reaching 60 years of operation

SIXTY years ago, FM Conway Ltd were born when founder Frank Conway, father of Michael Conway MBE, started a small family-run business on 25 October 1961.

The business has grown substantially since then, with FM Conway transforming into a leading infrastructure service group with nearly 2,000 employees and working to deliver prestigious projects, such as the highest level of recycled content (70%) ever used on the strategic road network.

Now operating as the FM Conway Group, and looking forward to building on the success of the past 60 years, as well as learning from the challenges of today, the business has already outlined its commitments for the next 10 years by releasing its transformational health and safety strategy, The Big Ten in 10, and is now focusing on tackling the climate change agenda.

Commenting on reaching 60 years as a business, FM Conway’s chief executive officer, Adam Green, said: ‘We are a proud family business and we know that it’s our people that are the beating heart of our business, and our strapline, ‘great people : great work’, still epitomizes who we are today.

‘We are a business steeped in recycling history, and with the launch of our Net Zero Strategy next week, we look forward to working with our clients and partners on the decarbonization journey.

‘Our 10-year business strategy, based on our three pillars of ‘self-delivery’ – carbon, environment, and technology – sets out our roadmap until 2030, and it’s through these three pillars that we will drive greater efficiency and innovation for both FM Conway and our clients.’

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