How Dow Works
Every project starts with value engineering to provide the best possible scheme for your project.
The key to our success is to build to detail, and solve all issues early on to ensure that your project will run like clockwork on site, and be finished to perfection on time.
Dow specialises in every aspect of groundworks and engineering from a small local foundation and drainage contract to a multi-million pound structure.
We measure and set projects with the latest GPS and laser technology and map projects through C.A.D software.
We work closely with our customers to understand their needs.
We develop effective plans to ensure that their operations run as smoothly as possible.
And we help them (you) manage their resources effectively.
Our Range of Civil Services
Services provided include:
- Reinforced concrete shutters.
- Retaining walls.
- Piling works.
- King post structures.
- Foundation and drainage.
- Concrete floor slabs.
- Screening and crushing.
- Ground clearance.
- Aggregate supply.
- Brown soil sites.
- Load haul and level.
Tipper and Aggregate
In a typical year, Britain needs around 205 million tonnes of aggregate, around 90 per cent of which is used by the construction industry.
Dow Waste Management develops aggregates from mixed inerts and demolition waste at our own sites, which are then supplied to our customers at competitive prices.
With the use of non-renewable mineral resources in the construction of roads, car-parks, building structures, concrete and masonry, the creation of recycled products reduces demand on primary aggregates, helping the industry to become more sustainable.
Products available include crushed brick/concrete, 25mm and 50mm down brick/concrete, 50-150mm clean brick/concrete, clean hardcore, blended soil and screened soil, clay, and sands.
In addition, Dow’s large fleet of tipper vehicles is available to hire for the delivery of aggregates throughout the UK.
To find out more telephone our friendly and knowledgeable team on 01236 730 730 or fill in our contact form.