Category Archives: Recycling

A New Chapter for a Leading Demolition Contractor

A New Chapter for a Leading Demolition Contractor A new Board of Directors has now been appointed at Coleman & Company, consisting of yours truly as Chairman, Mark Coleman as Managing Director, Lesley Morris as Finance Director and Company Secretary, … Continue reading

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Building New Offices – The Opposite to our usual Demolition!

The company had continued to steadily develop and expand by offering a range of industrial, complex and explosive demolition. It had outgrown the Stechford site needing somewhere larger to house the ever increasing and expanding scope of work. We searched … Continue reading

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Our largest land reclamation and remediation contract to date

During this time we were awarded a twenty week contract with Laing for Land Reclamation and Remediation works at the previously demolished Hams Hall Power Station. The works were to excavate demolition arisings that had been indiscriminately deposited in the … Continue reading

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Demolition Waste Recycling – Another fulfilling idea

In 1996 Coleman & Company bought Meriden Quarry, a site of some 26 Acres. We completed the purchase within 28 days of reaching an Agreement on price with the Vendor. We bought the site, a poorly fenced, dangerous flooded quarry, … Continue reading

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There is nothing easy

The company continued to grow and expand the business activities, we changed the fuel hungry Maggies for a fleet of MAN and Foden 32 tonne, 8 wheel tippers, we standardised on Caterpillar equipment, developing a recognised competence and being well … Continue reading

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A recycling coup

Land fill prices were escalating due to the available sites being filled with materials generated from the many redevelopment activities. In autumn 1986 we bought the first mobile crusher into Birmingham. It was a completely new initiative for dealing with … Continue reading

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