Some photographs of recent access ramps completed by our groundworks and metal fabrication teams in Leeds:
Leeds City Council have ordered three more access ramps for council houses around the city. We take care of the whole construction process from installing upstand pin kerbs to fabricating and installing bespoke handrails and surfacing the ramps in tarmac, concrete or flags. This provides work for the three main arms of our company – groundwork, surfacing and metal fabrication.
We have completed around ten of these ramps since the start of the current contract with Leeds City Council in September.
On Saturday we completed the first phase of resurfacing works at the British Gas training school in Leeds working on behalf of Online Contractors.
This project has included tarmac resurfacing of several car parks and the main access road, along with associated thermoplastic road marking and planing works. Together with ironwork resetting and gulley alterations, this project has kept our machine lay and groundwork gangs busy on Saturdays since October. The total value of the contract is in excess of £90k.
We have enjoyed a close working relationship with our customer and look forward to working with them in the future.