Ovenden Earth Moving to exhibit at M&CCE Expo
Ovenden Earth Moving is a leading earthmoving, crushing & recycling and sea defence contractor. The company’s first sea and coastal defences contract was a beach nourishment contract in 1997 at Sandwich Bay in Kent.
Since then Ovenden Earth Moving has carried out numerous similar contracts in many other parts of the UK and Europe. Various rocks structures have been constructed, including revetments, groins, reefs and breakwaters ranging from 3,000 to 300,000 tonnes. Many beach renourishment schemes have been completed, involving millions of cubic metres of fill.
The company has invested heavily in specialist plant for sea and coastal defence works including low ground pressure bulldozers, dump trucks, wheel loaders, excavators and rock grapples. All of its machines run on biodegradable oils to safeguard the fragile environment in which Ovenden Earth Moving work.
All aspects of earthmoving have been undertaken by the Ovenden Earth Moving, from major road schemes, including most of the “dualling” of the A299 Thanet Way and the widening of the M2/A2 from Gillingham to Rochester, to various local bypasses.
Golf course construction, reservoirs, embankments, remediation works, landscaping, landfill cells and every other aspect of earthworks have also been carried out for most of the major UK contractors.
Ovenden Earth Moving has its own landfill sites for inert wastes and in conjunction with these, recycling centres for processing demolition materials and soils into recycled aggregates and soils. The company now offers a complete crushing and screening service to its customers.
Visit Ovenden Earth Moving at M&CCE (Co-located with Seawork International) on stand MC5
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