Details add up to nearly 1,300 units, an apartment block and all the associated roads & sewers, S278 works, infrastructure etc.
We are now receiving deliveries of cabbed dumpers as seen in this impressive picture.
The best equipment alongside top quality training are part of a continuous effort to provide a safe environment for site operatives.
Latest new sites
Some exciting new sites to announce
Wainhomes – Alsager ph2 – groundworks for 98 units
Bloor SM – Buckton Fields – initial 22 units on the site
TW Sol. - Burleyfields, Stafford – initial 429 units of site
Morris Homes – Upton Pk, Northampton – 125 units plus assoc. R&S
Persimmon Homes SM – Whittington Footbridge – steel pedestrian bridge over A4440
Bellway Eastern – Newark ph2 – 71 units
Ride London 2019
A big well done to Emma Harris for completing the 100 mile 2019 Ride London in August.
Keeping up the fitness levels from her performance in the JOGLE challenge!
Newark ph2 - Bellway EM - groundworks & sewers
Minster Lovell - Bovis Western - groundworks, Roads & sewers, S278 works
Royston - Redrow SM - 279 units plus associated infrastructure & S278 works
Perry Barr - Persimmon Cent. - Roads/ sewers and groundworks for 147 units.
Coton Park ph2 - Persimmon Cent. - groundworks for 60 plots
Branston ph4 - St.Modwen - 192 units plus associated infrastructure
Also more work to continue our 10 years at Berryfields
* Fern meadow, Llay - 184 units plus construction of footpath - Bellway Homes
* Huntsgrove - 134 units plus groundworks and R&S - Bovis Homes
* Steeple Claydon - 95 units - Crest Nicholson Homes
* Kingsmere, Biscester - 53 units - Bellway Homes
This week the B'ham office have had settings installed to monitor the amount of printing done on a daily basis. The information tells us how much we have printed and equates it to ecological and financial costs etc.
Hopefully having individual access to this data will encourage users to be more sensible with printer usage and make us that little bit greener.
As a company aware of its environmental responsibility M.V.Kelly Ltd have decided to offset the carbon footprint generated during our John O’Groats to Lands End charity challenge.
Participants needed to be transported to points in specific areas of the route either by minibus or aeroplane.
With this in mind we have planted twenty established trees which over 25 years will offset the CO2 emissions accrued during the event.
By contributing to a sustainable project such as these we hope to work towards reducing our Carbon Footprint over the coming years.