Willerby Landscapes launches new website on the back of contract wins

Willerby Landscapes has taken advantage of the publicity afforded by winning London's Garden Bridge landscape contract to upgrade its website, making it more smartphone and tablet friendly.

Willerby Landscapes is landscape contractor for the Garden Bridge. Image: Garden Bridge Trust
Willerby Landscapes is landscape contractor for the Garden Bridge. Image: Garden Bridge Trust

The company's "state-of-the-art" website illustrates its completed and current portfolio, along with dedicated pages highlighting the various skills sets the company requires. The upgrade also enables architects, contractors and agricultural students to easily navigate the site to find specific related content.

Operations director Rick Davies commented: "The vast numbers of visitors to our site are architects, contractors and agricultural students researching hard and soft landscaping companies. Whether it is for planting semi mature trees, installing roof gardens or building water features, access to specific content is so much easier. Acting as our shop front, the new site highlights current and past projects and for some, detailed case studies of the scheme which can be downloaded."

The company has recently gained exposure thanks to winning contracts such as the Garden Bridge, and is getting more website visitors and job enquiries, so the site now has a dedicated careers page.

An 'About Us' section highlights the company's engagement with local communities and shows its policy statements on Health and Safety, the Environment and Quality.

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