Kent-based firm picks up MPA BRMCA 2011 ‘Excellence in Customer Service Award’
SkipVAC helps Brett Concrete improve preventive maintenance at Ridham
Brett Aggregates have unveiled preliminary ideas showing how the extraction of sand and gravel adjacent to the river Trent at Shelford, in Nottinghamshire, could be used to create a new parkland...
Canning Conveyor have recently designed, manufactured and supplied four conveyor sections, covering a total of 60m, at Brett Aggregates’ Milton Quarry, in Kent.
A marine aggregates plant in Dover has recently replaced two failed screens with a single new screen from Finedoor.
Brett Aggregates have ordered five SuperDrive units from Canning Conveyor for retro-fits on existing ground and stockpile conveyors at Lydd Quarry.
CANTERBURY-based Brett Group have acquired Hanson Aggregates’ Lenham Quarry in Kent for an undisclosed sum.
CANTERBURY-based Robert Brett & Sons have won the premier restoration award at the ‘QPA Showcase 2004’ –– the annual event that demonstrates the industry’s efforts to minimize and eradicate...
CANTERBURY-based Robert Brett & Sons have further expanded their aggregates and ready-mixed concrete operations through the acquisition of Suffolk’s largest sand and gravel producer, the...
THE acquisition of part of Lafarge Concrete Products by Brett Landscaping marks another step in the planned growth strategy laid down when the company was launched at the start of 2003, a move...
ROBERT BRETT & Sons Ltd have acquired Essex-based Alresford Sand and Ballast Co. Ltd.
BRETT Specialized Aggregates have invested over £300,000 in a new state-of-the-art kiln feed and discharge system at their Sturry site in Kent.
CANTERBURY-based Brett group have acquired, for an undisclosed sum, the entire shareholding of Atlas Stone Products, specialists in building and landscape products.
ROBERT Brett and Sons, the Canterbury-based independent construction materials group, have expanded into the US market with the acquisition of 100% of the share capital of West Sand and Gravel, a...
Thanks to Robert Brett & Son and the Landfill Tax Credit Scheme, the RSPB have recently completed the purchase of their newest nature reserve at Shorne Marshes near Gravesend.