Tuesday, August 31, 2010

Lawson Group in new project win at Rainham for VolkerFitzpatrick

Lawson Group are pleased to announce another project win with VolkerFitzpatrick, this time for the strip out of Rainham Warehouse in Rainham, Essex.

The site, which is situated on an industrial estate lying to the South of Rainham centre, will require careful planning and health, safety and environmental consideration due to high voltage above ground electricity cables located approximately 9m high directly above the warehouse.
The project, which began this week is the latest project which Lawson Group have undertaken for VolkerFitzpatrick.

Director Martin Wilson commented: “We are very pleased to continue to work with VolkerFitzpatrick, and are looking forward to working with them on this challenging and exciting new project”.

Friday, August 20, 2010

Lawson Group grow their already impressive fleet of plant

Lawson Group are celebrating the purchase of not one but four brand new excavators from world leading plant manufacturer, Caterpillar. The machines, which were purchased through Finning UK, make great additions to Lawson Group’s ever expanding fleet of plant.

The excavators, a 336DL HSR and three 323DL PROs were set straight to work on Lawson Group’s various sites up and down the country. One of the first sites to benefit from the new equipment was at the Billybanks Estate in Penarth, where Finning UK attended the arrival and first use of the machinery for their Lastability website.

Lawson Group Director Martin Wilson explains: “We are delighted to announce the purchase of four new state of the art machines from Caterpillar, which we have purchased to help us manage the expanding number of sites we are working on currently. At Lawson Group it has always been part of our ethos to own our own plant, and to own the best plant there is in order to promise our Clients the best possible service. As our fleet continues to grow, so does what we are able to do for our Clients and that is our priority”.

For more information on the plant, please click here.