About Us

CCE Surfacing started in 1997 with general civil engineering contracts, ground works and with a separate specialised surfacing division. It was soon noticed that an increasing number of clients wanted a ‘complete package’ so we combined operations, to supply a seamless service for our clients. This approach has been hugely successful and we have now undertaken works at many of the UK most prestigious venues; resin surfacing at Buckingham Palace and the 2012 Olympics included!
We pride ourselves on the highest quality professional work, client satisfaction, completing of works on time, and in budget.
Our work force is highly trained in all aspects of the work we undertake and all are CSCS certified.

We are members of Constructionline, CHAS, SSIP, Rospa, Constructionline FMB and we hold ISO9001

Mike Sugg  – Owner/ Company Director – Mike started the Company in 1997 after many years of working for an internationally famous Civil Engineering Company. He has drawn on his vast experience within the industry to oversee the company’s development.

Paul Ferns – Finance Director/Company Secretary/ Health & Safety Officer – Paul joined Cirencester Civil Engineering in 2000. Paul is responsible for all financial aspects of the company.
Lee White – Managing Director – Lee oversees all aspects of the business and has a hands on approach.

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Helen Varey – Office Manager, Head of Marketing- Helen is responsible for all procedures and regulation compliance.

Sue Sugg – HR Director – Sue has been with the company from the beginning with Mike.
Kelly Brown – Operations Administrator – Kelly joined the team in 2015 . Kelly is responsible for all procurement and administration.

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Brian Webb – Quality Control – Brian has been with the company for 17 years. He is responsible for Quality and Stock Control.

 

Not forgetting our very experienced and reliable work force, who are CSCS registered, with varying stages of NVQ attainment. 

All our operatives are Directly Employed by us. We don’t outsource our work. 

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