Before any building or landscaping work, it is important that the area is cleared correctly, and left tidy before the work can begin.
Site clearance would include the removal of all waste, including old foundations, tree stumps etc.
We hold a waste carriers license and have completed site clearance projects for small gardens to major developers.
A risk assessment, method statement and site waste management plan are all completed at tender stage. This ensures as many materials as possible are recycled / reused, therefore cutting the cost for the client and reducing the overall environmental impact.
Due to the constraints of time where chemical treatment is not an option, a common method is to excavate and relocate the contaminated material to a licensed on-site waste management facility.
We can provide the collection, recycling and disposal of all your waste, including difficult and hazardous waste streams.
With a fully tracked waste service and a range of approved recycling processes, our customers can rest assured that their waste will be dealt with a in a low cost and responsible manner
We work alongside our sister company Total Reclaims Demolition, on many demolition projects, and ensure that as much demolition waste as possible is recycled.
We provide a highly efficient and cost-effective muck away service for many of the area's leading construction companies and developers. We can provide a fleet of grab loader 8-wheelers tippers to deliver an optimum clearance service that saves you time and money.
We are fully registered waste carriers and can recycle all spoil at our onsite waste management facility. Once processed, we can supply recycle hard-core back to construction sites. For total flexibility, we can operate by the load or by day to suit your exact needs.
We provide a comprehensive muck away service, for both hazardous, and non-harzardous muck across the East Midlands, Staffordshire and Lincolnshire. Once we have a soil investigation report, we will establish the most cost-effective method of removal, and will be dependent on whether your muck is inert, non-hazardous, or hazardous.
We operate a fleet of 8 wheel tippers. We offer a tailored and responsive service to all clients. Our bulk tipper transport services can be offered on a day-by-day or contractual basis.
Fully accredited with the Environment agency, we are an "Approved Waste Carriers" licence holder. This enables us to collect and dispose of waste building materials in bulk, providing peace of mind to our customers that all waste is recycled and/or disposed of in an environmentally responsible and ethical manner.
Cutting and filling is the process of moving earth from one place to another to make ground more level. A 'cut' is made when earth is cut from above the desired ground height and a 'fill' is when earth is used to fill a hole to desired ground level. Cutting and filling is a common technique used to create an even ground surface.
Working together with clients, such as F.C.C Environmental, we procure restoration quality soils to enable our clients to restore their end of life landfills to park land and open spaces, in accordance with their planning and environmental commitments, therefore maximising our clients income stream, and minimising the environmental impact.
An aggregate consisting of crushed brick and concrete, with sizes ranging from 125mm down to dust.
Useful for bulk fills and haul roads.
Quality topsoil provides the basis for quality landscapes. All our soil is to BS3882 standard.
Ideal for landscapes, borders, seedings and planting
Fill sand is a sand that has been screened but not washed.
Useful for back filling or as a pipe bedding.
We supply pipe bedding in the following measurements: 6mm, 10mm, 14mm, 20mm, 20-5mm and 40mm.
We also use gravel and crushed concrete.
We can supply all types of stone and granite to cover your needs for driveways, paths and decorative areas.
We also supply gabion stone baskets.
Established in 2004, we supply all types of aggregates, sand and gravel with our fleet of 8 wheel tippers. We provide coverage across the East Midlands and are committed to delivering a first class service at a competitive price.
As well as supplying aggregates, we also specialise in bulk earthworks. Working alongside our sister company Total Reclaims Demolition, we can cover your needs from the start to the end of your project.
We are specialists in the removal and remediation of contaminated land, we are also on hand to deal with and control invasive plants such as Japanese Knotweed.
No project is too small for us. We have a wealth of experience on hand to provide you with the right solution.
We are members of the Road Haulage Association (RHA) and all our drivers are CPC Compliant (Certificate of Professional Competence). We are also CHAS and FORS approved.
Please see our list of products and services for more details, if it's not on there give us a call!
We were delighted to be chosen to work alongside Vinci Construction UK on the phase 2 of the Nottingham Tram Network. This was to expand and upgrade the existing Line 1 and to create the new Line 2, linking in the south of the city.
Work began in 2012. Our fleet of trucks were instrumental in moving the muck away from sites, and the existing roads along the planned route, to help to create the new tram lines, and the new park and ride sites at Clifton and Toton, which combined have over 2000 parking spaces.
Some of the materials we supplied to help create the Park and Ride sites, were recycled from the former Lenton Flats - a project which saw 5 flat tower blocks demolished by our sister company Total Reclaims Demolition Ltd, producing 30,000 tonnes of material, 97% of which was recyclable.
We also supplied 1200 tonnes of our British Standard Topsoil to help with back filling at sites along the route, such as the Victoria Embankment, the Queens Medical Centre and along University Boulevard.
We sourced a special Golconda self-binding gravel to help create new footpaths and a cycleway along the route at Cator Lane and Toton Park & Ride.
We are proud to have been part of the Tram Project which will help to boost the local economy by up to £300m a year, and be key in creating up to 8,000 local jobs.
The A453, east of the M1, is the major route between Nottingham, the M1 and Nottingham East Midlands Airport. It carries up to 30,000 vehicles a day. Work finally commenced in January 2013.
The improvement work included widening the 1.5 mile urban section through Clifton from a two-lane single carriageway to a four-lane single carriageway (two lanes in each direction) with signalisation of the existing Crusader Roundabout and new signalised roundabout junctions at Green Lane and Farnborough Road.
A new roundabout at Mill Hill was to be constructed to the west to provide a connection to the existing A453, Fox Covert Lane and Clifton Lane via a new link road. This road provides a link to the new Nottingham Express Transit (NET) 1,000 space park and ride, transporting people directly from Clifton into the centre of Nottingham by tram.
We were chosen to work alongside Laing O'Rourke. During the course of construction, we supplied over 10,000 tonnes of fill sand.
We also supplied over 8000 tonnes of 6F2, all of which was recycled from the former Lenton Flats project.
The A453 finally opened in August 2015, and was renamed Remembrance Way, in honour of the same number of soldiers who lost their lives in the Afghanistan.