CANTERBURY-based Robert Brett and Sons have expanded their operations with the acquisition of Greenham Construction Materials, a wholly owned subsidiary of Taylor Woodrow, for £29.8 million.
NORDBERG (UK) Ltd have been appointed as the sole UK distributors of the Broyt range of track- and wheel-mounted faceshovels.
AGGREGATE Industries Inc. have acquired four businesses for $38.3 million (£24.4 million) as part of their strategy for ongoing expansion in the US.
RMC Group are to cease production of clinker at their kiln in Rochester, Kent, later this year when their new plant at Rugby reaches full output.
Cambridge-based independent aggregates company M.
Traffic to and from Tarmac's Barrasford Quarry in Northumberland has travelled along a network of lanes, passing through the neighbouring village, for over 100 years.
At this morning's AGM, Christopher Collins, chairman, made the following comments regarding the acquisition of Pioneer International Ltd and the outlook for Hanson.
BY rejecting the 'New Deal', the Government has missed the opportunity to work with the quarrying industry to achieve significant and continuing environmental advancements.
ON 2 March the construction materials businesses of Anglo Industrial Minerals (AIM) were formally merged with Tarmac plc to create a new market-leading business with a turnover in excess of £1.4...
LAST month saw further activity in the current trend towards consolidation and globalization of the UK building materials industry, with Lafarge launching a £3.4 billion hostile takeover bid for...
FINNING International Inc. have announced the appointment of Jack Carthy as managing director of Finning (UK) Ltd.
HANSON have strengthened their presence in the concrete products sector by merging their UK blocks, pipes and precast operations into a new division - Hanson Concrete Products.
THE Construction Products Association has issued an 'Eight-Point Blueprint' for the construction industry as part of its Budget submission to the Chancellor of the Exchequer.
In line with their stated intention to expand their English aggregates business by acquisition, Ennstone are reported to be considering a bid for Breedon.