Primary & Recycled Aggregates
Building & Decorative Materials
Owned Quarries & Railhead Supply
Large Fleet, Quick Availability
Aggregate Tipper Fleet
Our Aggregate Supply capabilities and outstanding reputation has been largely established on our ability to deliver quality materials, a reliable service, and competitive rates; variables that are only possible with the appropriate infrastructure in place – something that sets the Mick George Group apart from many other aggregate suppliers.
While our owned quarries eliminate any issues surrounding aggregate availability and quality, we recognise that this is of little use if we’re unable to efficiently distribute your materials to you.
Subsequently, we continue to invest in our haulage operations and now have more than 600 commercial vehicles actively pursuing numerous services each day.
Our aggregate fleet consists of various HGV configurations to ensure that we’re able to delivery your materials quickly, efficiently and compliantly.
While many suppliers will be restricted to traditional 8-wheel tippers only, we also have 4 and 6-wheel variations, Hi-Ab’s and Articulated vehicles available, which means we can supply 1-30 tonnes at any one-time.
Efficiency & Accredited
Our versatility not only ensures quicker availability, it also reduces part-load charges and permits us to overcome any access or space limitations specific to your site.
All vehicles are fully compliant with the Fleet Operator Recognition Scheme (FORS) and the Construction Logistics and Cyclist Safety (CLOCS).
L4 Civils Ltd
The Mick George Group supply not only a first class product but also a first class service. The process from quotation to delivery is always seamless, highly recommended company for all your requirements.
M.V Kelly Ltd
The Mick George Group are a very professional company, providing competitive prices and excellent service. Always a pleasure to deal with.
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