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Tarmac’s Tunstead Cement Plant has donated 50 children’s and 15 adults’ high visibility jackets to Buxton Junior School in time for Christmas.
Open Energi has announced a landmark partnership with Tarmac. The agreement will help to harness flexible energy demand from their equipment which Open Energi then aggregate to unlock new capacity on the National Grid.
As the UK embarks on some of its biggest infrastructure projects, including HS2 and a £15 billion road building programme, senior business leaders from the construction industry are in a buoyant mood regarding the UK’s infrastructure outlook.
Tarmac, the UK’s leading sustainable building materials and construction solutions company, is recruiting its biggest graduate intake to date, with 37 university leavers set to join its nationwide programme next year.
Showcasing one of the most complete Ice Age baby hyena skeletons ever found, Tarmac has funded an exciting, new exhibition, 'Hyena!'
Tarmac, the UK’s leading construction solutions provider, has put the finishing touches to a £1.6million, state-of-the-art velodrome built by Willmott Dixon at the Middlesbrough Sports Village.
We can confirm with great sadness that our colleague, Adam Donaldson, who was working for a contractor, lost his life at Harden Quarry in Northumberland yesterday morning (7 October). Our thoughts are with Adam’s family, friends and colleagues. We are cooperating fully with the authorities and supporting the Health and Safety Executive with their investigations.
Tarmac has been awarded a two-year extension on the annual £12 million highways maintenance contract with Nottinghamshire County Council.
Tarmac arranged a fun day out for 59 children and volunteers from the Vale Parent/Child Homework Club as part of the community partnership at Aberthaw Cement Plant.
Midlothian Council is leading the way by becoming the first authority in Scotland to use an innovative lower temperature asphalt, UltiLow, to build a series of link roads around its state-of-the-art waste treatment facilities for Edinburgh and Midlothian.
Tangmere Military Aviation Museum near Chichester has received a welcome donation from Tarmac after the company’s marine business discovered parts from a WWII German dive bomber involved in the Battle of Britain.
Tarmac - the UK’s leading sustainable building materials and construction solutions company - has today unveiled a state-of-the-art asphalt plant inside the M25 at Harper Lane, Hertfordshire.
Local astronomers are now able to observe the skies much more clearly, thanks to support from Tarmac’s Barnstone Cement Works.
Pupils at Knighton Primary School Powys enjoyed an interactive lesson in cycle safety as part of a joint initiative between the school and constructions solutions company Tarmac.
Tarmac’s Dunbar Cement Plant was proud to be one of the main sponsors of Dunbar Lifeboat Station’s annual gala day.
Tarmac’s Tunstead quarry has donated 20 tonnes of limestone to Bugsworth Basin, situated in the village of Buxworth in the High Peak of Derbyshire, as part of its commitment to the community.
A 27 year old award-winning apprentice from Norwich is celebrating after landing a permanent job with Tarmac
In an industry first for the sector, Tarmac, the UK’s leading sustainable building materials and construction solutions company, has announced that its Cement and Lime business has been awarded an ‘Excellent’ rating under BES 6001.
Tarmac, the UK’s leading sustainable building materials and construction solutions company, has underlined its commitment to improving vulnerable road user safety by becoming the first company in the UK to trial a new Econic concrete mixer.
Two iconic British construction brands, Tarmac and Blue Circle have today come together to form Tarmac, the UK leader in building materials and sustainable construction solutions, under the new ownership of CRH plc.
A new wildlife watching hut was unveiled last weekend during an open day held at Farndon Willow Holt Nature Reserve.
Mark Mitchell has been appointed as restoration project officer for RSPB Scotland, working alongside Tarmac on the Whitesands Quarry project*, based at Oxwellmains, Dunbar