At Aggregate Industries, the health and safety of our employees, customers and the communities we operate in is our utmost priority. During these challenging and difficult times, and in response to the Government’s call for construction support on critical project work, we are proud to be working hard to serve and support our customers whilst implementing social distancing measures to help keep everyone safe.
Back to Workplace Health & Safety
At Aggregate Industries the Health and safety of our employees, families and communities, will always remain absolute paramount.
Following the introduction of our 5 Point Plan to mitigate the Covid-19 risks, we now have consistent measures across all our sites that go above and beyond government regulations of keeping a minimum social distance of 2 meters. Please watch this video introducing you to the changes you will see when you are on an Aggregate Industries site.
A Message to our customers
Since the start of the Coronavirus pandemic, we began to respond and adapt our strategy and processes to the challenges raised by COVID-19 with the health and safety of our employees, customers and our communities guiding our decisions.
During these challenging times the Team at Aggregate Industries have been working tirelessly to make sure we live up to our vision of being the supplier of choice for our customers, putting your needs at the heart of our strategy.
Earlier this month, we supplied Strike early high strength concrete to the GMEX convention centre in Manchester which has been converted into a 1000 patient Nightingale hospital. We're delighted to be contributing to so many NHS focused projects at this challenging time, and we are proud of the teams involved in supplying the materials to such a tight deadline.
Chester plant re-opening to supply NHS Nightingale
We recently re-opened our temporarily closed Chester plant to supply an urgent requirement of over 85m3 of high early strength Strike concrete to the Deeside Leisure Centre near Queensferry. This was used in order to convert the facility into a 250 patient Nightingale hospital to aid the NHSfight against coronavirus. The delivery of the concrete required extensive, rapid planning, including securing supplies of raw materials,and arranging staff and drivers. A great effort by all involved to meet such a challenging, tight deadline!
Aggregate Industries Supports Multiple Major NHS Projects
Committed to meeting the complex challenge of providing critical construction supplies amid an unprecedented time for industry, Aggregate Industries is proud to announce its involvement in a number of major NHS projects. Crucially, the business continues to be firmly at the helm in supporting the development of various critical emergency hospital facilities for coronavirus patients across the UK.
Most recently, the Aggregate Industries’ team supplied an urgent concrete specification required in the transformation of Deeside Leisure Centre, North Wales, into a 250-bed emergency hospital.
Our specialist contracting arm Spadeoak has been instrumental in delivering a vital access road to the NHS Nightingale Hospital at London's ExCeL Centre. Today, we're proud to announce that we have donated the asphalt required for this project. We commend the efforts of everybody working tirelessly to construct the hospital, and are delighted to have played our part.
Cement Team Donation
Our Cement team at Cauldon has responded to the call from local medical practices, donating FFP3 masks, nitrile gloves and hand sanitiser. In addition, they also supplied sanitiser to a local carer in Cauldon village. The surgeries in receipt of these donations have served the local community incredibly well over the years - including a vast number of Cauldon staff and their families - and we are delighted to be able to help our NHS at this challenging time.
Maxi Readymix Concrete Supplying NHS Leicester
Our Leicestershire-focused ready-mixed concrete company Maxi Readymix Concrete Limited is proud to be supplying concrete to the Leicester Royal Infirmary project. Ward refurbishment is currently underway in preparation for the creation of an adult intensive care 'super unit' and a Maternity Hospital. We are honoured to be a part of such a significant project for the NHS.
Glasgow NHS Press Release
Currently, more than 400 contractors and approximately 150 health professionals continue to work around the clock to set up the new NHS Louisa Jordan temporary hospital within the Scottish Exhibition Centre (SEC), Glasgow.The temporary hospital will have the capacity for 1,000 patients when fully complete. It is expected to play a crucial role in Scotland’s response to the Coronavirus outbreak.
Another one for the kids. We've had superheroes and site workers, now this one's a bit trickier... see if you can complete our giant dot-to-dot, revealing what the picture is! Want a clue? No. No clues.
While we've been working hard on sites for our health service heroes, we wanted to give your little ones the chance to create some heroes of their own! Download our kids pack and share your designs with us using #MyAIHero
While our drivers are equipped with the best navigation systems available, sometimes they can still go a little off course. Print off this maze and have your little ones guide our drivers to site - we need their help!
We’re at the frontline of the construction and infrastructure industries, producing and supplying an array of construction materials. With over 200 sites and around 3700 dedicated employees, we’re home to everything from aggregates, asphalt, ready-mixed concrete and precast concrete products. On top of that, we produce, import and export supply materials for cement and offer national road surfacing and contracting services.