Groundworks

At Earthworks UK Ltd we offer a wide range of groundwork solutions and have a real passion for completing jobs to a high standard.

With over 20 years collective experience in the industry, we take pride in what we do and believe that quality of work is essential, to produce the best results for our customers. Each of our workers has been picked for their experience, workmanship, proven track record and under-standing of the importance of maintaining high standards while representing us.

We take pride in our workforce and focus on developing them to meet the demands of an ever changing workplace.  By focusing on our staff we are able to offer competitive rates without compromising on the quality of our work.  We are proud of our reputation for performing to programme requirements whilst ensuring all Health and Safety legalisation is complied with. We offer a 24 hour response on the following groundwork solutons:

Highway work

  • Pothole reinstating
  • Major road reconstruction
  • Pavement reconstruction
  • Tarmac, paving, slabs and concrete

Street furniture

  • Street signing
  • Cycle racks
  • Benches and seating
  • Public waste bins

Drainage and trenching

  • Natural soakaways
  • Drain repair and replacement
  • Manhole installation and repairs
  • Footings and foundations

Street care

  • Vandalism repair
  • Graffiti removel
  • Jet washing
  • Fly tipping and posting removal

Disability Access Ramp at Bristol University

Concrete slab and loading bay Installation

Concrete slab and loading bay Installation as part of an environmental project for Bristol University at Langford Veterinary School.

Gasworks/Gasferry Lane

MORE than 12,000 cobbles in an historic Bristol road are being lifted and re-laid for Bristol City Council to make it more accessible to cyclists.

The work, which is currently being carried out in Gasferry Road and Gasworks Lane, near Bristol's floating harbour, involves lifting the cobbles currently in place, halving them, and re-laying them to create a smoother surface. The traditional cobbles, which currently mean the road has an uneven surface, will become flatter.

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