Bristol RFC Shirt Sponsor - MJ Church won the prestigious prize draw to be named as Bristol rugby club's new secondary shirt sponsor. We look forward to continuing our strong relationship with the club and wish them a successful season ahead (see insert photo).
Topsoil donation - As part of our enduring commitment to the local area and supporting worthwhile causes; we’ve donated topsoil to Gooseberry nursery at the situated on Colerne airfield. The material will go towards landscaping works to be used by serving military personnel along with a ‘digging’ area for use of the children in attendance at the nursery.
Marathon running - Congratulations must go to both Sam Henly and Damien Crate for successfully completing the Edinburgh and London marathons respectively.
The Mythe Water Treatment Works - As part of a flood alleviation scheme for Severn Trent Water Ltd; a 309 metre long, 3 metre high bespoke double sided earth bund was created using Maccaferri Paragrid, Biomac products and 2C cohesive fill. Our own unique shuttering system was used to enable successful completion of the scheme.
RUH fundraising - Jessica Church will undertaking the ‘Walk of Life’ in support of Bath’s RUH Forever Friends Appeal on Saturday 21st May. The challenge is a 21 mile walk from Devisez to Bath along the Kennet and Avon Canal. Anyone kindly wishing to donate can do so at: http://www.justgiving.com/jessica-church0/
New arrival for the Adams family - Good Friday saw Rowan Adams (Plant Manager) and wife Katie welcome a new addition to their family with the birth of their baby girl Phoebe. We wish them all the happiness and good health along with sleep filled nights!
Bath Western Riverside - MJ Church are currently on site at Bath Western Riverside and are proud to be involved in this prestigious local scheme that will transform this previously derelict 44 acre city centre site. We are now nearing the end on completion of Phase 1 for Galliford Try that has included 278 works, RL dig, and site Read More
Mark Hucklebridge - An activity day was thrown for Mark on Saturday 2nd April to let him take some time out from his on-going cancer treatment. It was a great day with some 30 people in attendance; undertaking off-road bike riding in the morning followed by some clay pigeon shooting in the afternoon. All enjoyed the day and were Read More
New Plant - 20 new machines are on order although the unfortunate disaster in Japan has somewhat affected delivery.
Swindon Croft Centre - This site has now been registered and subsequently audited under the Considerate Constructors scheme; recognising our environmental commitment and undertaking our works in a sustainable manner with respect for the local community.