Minster Group has always invested in the latest technologies to help cut our carbon footprint, whether we’re looking to reduce waste and recycle material, or to eliminate our reliance on quarrying and crude oil.
After securing significant road contracts throughout the past year, we’ve purchased some brand new road surfacing machinery to keep up with workload demands, from world-renowned machine specialists, Wirtgen Group.
Wirtgen Group’s range of machines and plants cover the entire road construction process chain including processing, mixing, paving, compacting and rehabilitating, and we’ve been using their range of models on a number of projects across the UK.
By investing in Wirtgen’s state of the art range, our teams are able to carry out vital road surfacing work both effectively and sustainably; enabling Minster to lead the way in sustainable civil engineering.
Our recent purchases from Wirtgen Group include:
- SUPER 1300-3i tracked road paver from the VÖGELE range:
This model is extremely compact but powerful, with a high laydown rate and a pave width of up to 5 m. This brilliant machine enables our teams to create effortless foot and cycle paths, farm tracks and minor roads, and we’ve used this model on a number of projects throughout the past year.
- HD 13i VV Tandem roller from HAMM range:
This fantastic piece of kit comes with two vibrating roller drums – with built-in compaction monitoring to help ensure quality while also helping reduce waste and disruption. This equipment has helped our teams meet exacting specifications and client requirements more efficiently.
As one of the UK’s leading road surfacing contractors, we’re dedicated to delivering the highest quality of work. We handle every stage of road construction and repair from surveying, through to line marking.
Our range of Wirtgen Group equipment enables our teams to keep up with the demands from a range of civil engineering projects, from city centre shopping streets to major infrastructure projects.
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