The CONCRETE Times ŭTVNNFS INDUSTRY NEWS 5 #SVOEBHF#POFIBTBDRVJSFE3FJMMZ Brundage-Bone has acquired Reilly through its Oxford Pumping Holding subsidiary which includes Camfaud Concrete Pumps, South Coast Concrete Pumping Limited and Premier Concrete Pumping Limited. Oxford operates primarily in southern England and Wales while Reilly is focused on northern England and Scotland. Bruce Young, President and Chief Executive Offi cer of Brundage-Bone said: “Brundage-Bone is pleased to welcome another premier business to the Oxford platform. “Similar to our other Oxford businesses, Reilly is a natural partner for Brundage-Bone in the United Kingdom given its outstanding fl eet of mobile equipment, as well as proven reputation for excellent customer service and technical expertise.” Tony Faud, Managing Director of Oxford, added: “We are very excited to be joining forces with Reilly. “By adding the highly respected Reilly brand, we can now off er full national coverage to our customers. “This investment will provide excellent opportunities for our management, staff and pump operators in the United Kingdom, whose hard work, skill and commitment are vital to our business.” Source: Agg-Net 7PMVNFUSJD .JYFS 7FIJDMF *OTVSBODF 'SPN*OTVSBODF4QFDJBMJTUT1SFNJFS Specialist insurance broker Premier Insurance Consultants have started a new 6 month advertising and promotions campaign with The Concrete Times, building on their promotions with the magazine for the last two years. Steve Booth of Premier says “we can generally off er off er better and more comprehensive cover for this type of insurance as we understand the specifi cs of these types of vehicles”. )BOTPO6,-BVODI5SFNJFSDSFUF1FSGFDUGPSVTFJOEFFQGPVOEBUJPOT Hanson UK’s Tremiecrete® is a bespoke engineering solution that meets the testing requirements detailed in EFFC/DFI Best Practice Guide to Tremie Concrete for Deep Foundations. Formulated as a fl owing, high performance and stable concrete – in conjunction with admixture partner Sika – it has been specifi cally developed as a solution for static segregation and excessive bleed. It optimises the constituent materials and incorporates an innovative Sika admixture that produces a stable internal structure of the fresh concrete under pressure.
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