Ashville Obtain BSI Concrete Compliant Recognition

  Ashville are delighted to announce that we have been granted BSI Concrete compliant recognition. Since we began operations last year, we have strived for continual improvement and this recognises demonstrates our passion and drive to improve and move forward as a contractor.  Mark Dixon, from Mark Dixon Consultancy LTD, spoke to us about the […]


FORS Gold Standard Operator

Ashville Concrete Ltd is happy to announce becoming a Fleet Operator Recognition Scheme – FORS Gold Standard Operator. Ashville Concrete was established in 2017 by Director Daniel Louisy. Our director achieved his CPC qualification and became the company’s CPC holder (Transport Manager). We then upgraded from a Restricted Operator Licence to a Standard National. FORS was next […]


How To Build A Path With Building Sand

Building Sand Creating a new path made of brick is ideal if you are looking to create a curving path in your back garden or create a lovely path leading to the front of your home. Brick is also known to be a very durable material. Things you will need: shovel and spade wheelbarrow stakes […]


Why Use Wait And Load Rubbish Removal?

Wait And Load Rubbish Removal The flexibility of Wait and Load rubbish removal makes it a great alternative to skip hire. The main reason being is the fact that you will not have to require a license from the local authority as you sometimes do when hiring a skip, if you have it placed in an […]


Grab Hire In London: Us Helping You

When your waste removal requirements mean you have to hire a lot of skips, then booking a grab lorry can be a much cheaper alternative option. We appreciate the fact that as when we are carrying out waste clearances on building sites, the trust is upon us to be reliable and efficient at all times. […]



Rise in Aggregates sales!!

The aggregate industry was hit hard by the recession. However, over the last few years it has made a stead recovery and shown growth. In the third quarter of 2014 aggregate materials have seen its strongest rise yet indicating a growth in the construction industry. Sales reported that in quarter three of 2014 crushed rock […]


Recycling Coffee Beans – Recycling Aggregates

An incredible 80 million cups of coffee are drunk everyday within the UK!!! Only 1% of coffee beans actually end up in our coffees, so what happens to the remaining 99%………. well it gets buried in landfills sites and left to decompose. However, this is about to change, as a UK urban mushroom farm based […]


WW2 Bomb – Grab Hire

Bomb squads closed a street near Clapham Common on Friday (26th September 2014) afternoon and local residents were required to leave their homes as the street was put on high alert after a landscape gardener discovered an unexploded bomb, which dated back to the Second World War. At around 3pm a Landscaping Contractor and a […]