Since 2012 Hawk have been working at Wallasea Island in Essex, a 620 hectare inter-tidal site designed to create a new habitat for wildlife. We supplied a large number of machines which in total have moved over 3 million tonnes of materials to raise the island making it inhabitable. 3 years ago the estuary wouldn’t
On Friday 3rd July, Hawk employee Jayne Camber and a fundraising group from Newtown Primary School embarked on their three peaks challenge to raise money for a new Creative Studio at Newtown Primary School. Their journey commenced at Fort William on Friday when Jayne and her team made their way up to Scotland to hike
Hawk Group have invested in a fleet of new Komatsu PC210-10 and HB215LC hybrid excavators to join our extensive plant hire fleet. As one of the largest plant hire companies in the UK, we pride ourselves on the quality and age of our fleet and these latest additions mean we can continue to offer our customers a fleet with an age profile of less than 12 months.
Please take a look at our Spring 2014 newsletter Spring 2014
Please take a look at our top 10 tips to reduce you environmental impact: – Environmental Impact 10 Tips
The Hawk group are exhibiting at The Hillhead Show 2014. At the Show Hawk will be promoting their full range of services including: Plant Hire, Earthmoving, Operator Training, Safety and Environmental Consultancy, Dust Suppression Equipment and Crusher Hire. We are also looking for the next generation of plant operators and are recruiting operator apprentices for
Paul Allman, General Manager (Group Board Director) is now on the board of the Construction Plant Hire Association (CPA). Paul will represent the West Midlands and looks forward to the extra challenge.
New Jaguar Plant, i54, Wolverhampton. See below case study PDF and video Job Sheet- i542 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=38YEdC8P2zk&feature=youtu.be
See our new Hawk Plant Hire video by clinking the below link: – http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6nKHekF_-Cs&feature=youtu.be
With the completion of phase 1A on the i54 site, Construction Index explains the benefits of GPS machine control technology. Hawk Contracts have recently completed phase 1A earthworks on the i54 site near Wolverhampton, where the new Jaguar engine plant will be built. This project is one of the largest undertaken by Hawk Contracts in