News

August 2017
Well done!!! A big thank you to our team for all the hard work they have put in this past year.
We have officially changed our ISO accreditation to the ISO 9001: 2015!!!! With glowing praise from our auditor Geoff.

Our amazing team have been hard at work. We have just finished laying this 2-5mm Resin Bonded Brittany Bronze
July 2017
We have had a busy couple couples of months!!!
The team have been working really hard in the very hot weather to produce a ramp and pathway in our Resin Bound “Lucerne” for the DIYSOS Team in Avening, to help bring home the family.
We are looking forward to seeing the episode to see the lads in action.
4th May 2017
We also lay our Resin Bound surfacing at domestic properities we just finished surfacing this new housing estate in Cirencester
12th April 2017
We have had a busy couple of weeks.
Our chaps have been hard at work finishing these beautiful projects.
5th April 2017
We are bringing back one of our old favourite samples.
Reintrouducing “French Grey”
If you would like a sample, please email us your details to
enquiries@cce-surfacing.co.uk
27th March 2017
Thank you to everyone who visited our standing at the Home & Renovating Show, we enjoyed meeting you all. Thank you to our hard working team for their time and effort they put into this weekend!
23rd March 2017
Today is the start of the Home & Renovating Show!
We are looking forward to meeting you all there, we will be there for the four day event.
We would also like to thank our hard working team on setting up our stand and the amazing work they have done on the new signs

16th March 2017

Our Chaps have finished another Resin Bound surface

This Golden Pea provied by Derbyshire Aggregates

Good work!

3rd March 2017

Brian has had a busy week, he has come up with another New Sample

Introducing “Sterling Pearl” a 1-3mm aggregate

Have a look at our new glossy brouchures

Please get in contact on 01285 652020 or enquiries@cce-surfacing.co.uk

If you would like an information Pack

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23.02.17

Welldone to Christophe who has completed his First Aiders Training this week!

20.2.17

Introducing the very stylish ‘Speckled Flint’

2-5mm speckled flint bound

A stunning mix of 2-5mm natural aggregate

in a Resin Bound finish.

Well done Brian, another classic!

16/02/2017

NEC Homebuilding and Revenvating Show.

We are exibiting at the NEC Homebuilding and Revenvating Show.

March 23rd – 26th 2017

Please come and see us.

Ask us for free ticket by emailing enquiries@cce-surfacing.co.uk

or give us a call on 01285 652020

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05/10/2016

New Staff Member

We would like to welcome our new Office Manager Helen Varey to the CCE team.

 

CASE STUDY – Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park Parkwide Resurfacing

Main Contractor: Cirencester Civil Engineering Ltd (CCE Surfacing)

Client: London Legacy Development Corporation

Product: 13,000m2 CCE Resinset ‘Olympic Gold’ Resin Bound Surfacing

Material Suppliers: Adbruf – Resin; Long Rake Spar – Aggregate

Sub-Contractors: SpadeOak Ltd; M & H Civil Engineering Ltd.

Cirencester Civil Engineering Ltd (CCE Surfacing) won the Contract as Main Contractor for the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park Parkwide Resurfacing. This is part of the regeneration of the original Olympic Site in London.

CCE have been on site since May 2016, Planing off the existing surfacing and replacing it with approximately 13,000 m2 of CCE Resinset ‘Olympic Gold’ resin Bound surfacing, along the paths and bridges on the Park. We are also installing more ducting for new CCTV cameras, around the Park.

Working alongside the general public has been a challenge, as the Park is in constant use, and several events at the Park have taken place during the re-surfacing work, but so far, everyone has been understanding and accommodating.

26/05/2016

See the Park from above/ Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park

Flythrough of how he Park will develop and look in the future

http://queenelizabetholympicpark.co.uk/3d-view-of-the-park

26/05/2016

The Red Arrows flew over The Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, where we are working at the moment, for the Queens 90th Birthday.

26/05/2016

Cirencester Civil Engineering Ltd (CCE Surfacing) won the Contract as Main Contractor for the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park Parkwide Resurfacing. This is part of the regeneration of the original Olympic Site in London.
CCE have been on site since April 2016, Planing off the existing surfacing and replacing it with approximately 13,000 m2 of CCE Resinset ‘Olympic Gold’ resin Bound surfacing, along the paths and bridges on the Park. We are also installing more ducting for new CCTV cameras, around the Park. 
Working alongside the general public has been a challenge, as the Park is in constant use, and several events at the Park have taken place during the re-surfacing work, but so far, everyone has been understanding and accommodating. We are hoping to reach completion within the next couple of months.

    

 

 

08/04/2016

This week has seen our lads working up at the Olympic Stadium, installing over 3000m2 of ‘Amber Gold’ Resin Bonded Surfacing.

Olympic Stadium

18/03/2016

CCE Surfacing were pleased to be asked by Fitzgerald Contractors Ltd, to lay 2325m2 of ‘Brittany Bronze’ Resin Bonded Surfacing at HORIBA MIRA Technology Park, at Nuneaton.

We completed the 2325m2 of resin bonded surface in 4 days. Well done to our chaps.

Horiba Mira Technology Park, Nuneaton

18/03/2016

We have just finished laying 950m2 of our ‘Resinset’ Amber Gold Resin Bonded Surfacing at Here East, Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park. Pictures to follow

Here East, Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park

05/01/2016

Well here we are again, another New Year is here.
Welcome to 2016 everyone.
We have another busy year ahead of us, and would like to thank all our Clients new and old, for your continued custom.
We look forward to working with you all this year.

16/10/2015

We are very pleased to welcome back Lee White to the company.

Lee first joined the company in 2009. He will be working alongside Mike Sugg, the Managing Director.

25/09/2015

We have noticed that a few new companies are starting up trying resin surfacing lately.

Where we welcome competition, we are concerned that some of these companies are using established companies, like ourselves, details to embellish their websites. Please check out any company you are thinking of using, before going ahead with a project, as their inexperience and poor workmanship, brings a bad reputation to the industry.

We have had a few occasions of late of having to contact some of these companies, as they are using our details and photos to promote their business. This is bad practice.

If you would like any information about our company, please get in touch, we look forward to hearing from you.

25/09/2015 What a year we are having!

Sorry it’s been so long since our last news update.

We have been non-stop for the whole year, which is a great thing, but have been so busy that it has been hard to find the time for news.

We have been working on many projects, Buckingham Palace being one of those. We are currently working in London, Inverness, Cheshire, Gloucestershire, to name but a few.

I will update our site with many new photos soon. Keep watching.

 

24/02/2015 What a year we have had so far!

We have been so busy this year already, we have had to work most weekends to keep up with demand, not that we are complaining.

So far this year we have completed projects at Buckingham Palace, Kings School (Worcester), Emanuel School (london), Bangor University, Snowshill (National Trust), to name just a few.

Next month sees us in Inverness and Inverurie, as well as all over England.

Landscape Show – Evolution Centre, Battersea Park 2014

The Landscape Show at Battersea Park.

This year saw us at the Landscape Show. We are pleased to announce that it was a great success.

We met up with many  Landscape Designers, Architects, Contractors, Facilities Managers and Interior Designers and have had a fantastic response from everyone.

Thank you to all who came to see us at our stand.

 

Landscape Show 2014

Landscape Show                   Landscape Show

 

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Green Templeton College

CCE Surfacing have now finished laying the Resin Bound Surfacing at Green Templeton College.

Green Templeton College  Green Templeton College

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Episode of ‘Lewis’ to be filmed at Green Templeton College, Oxford.

We will be laying Resin Bound Surfacing at Green Templeton College in the next couple of weeks, after they have finished filming an episode of the Detective drama ‘Lewis’ at the College.

 

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ITV Coronation Street New Production Facilities at The Trafford Wharf, Manchester.

ITV Coronation St. Resin Bound Surfacing by CCE Surfacing    

Cirencester Civil Engineering installed over 2000 m2 of Resin Bonded Chinese Bauxite Surfacing to the pathways at The Media City at Salford Quays in Manchester.

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Latest News – QEOP Regeneration Project

Cirencester Civil Engineering Limited (CCE Surfacing) are proud to be a part of the transformation of the ‘East Village’ and ‘South Plaza’ at the Olympic site, laying more Resin Surfacing.

We have been working continuously since the Olympics last year, laying resin surfacing throughout the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park (London Olympic Regeneration Project).
Since we started working at the QEOP in 2013, we have come across some of the worst weather we have seen in years.

Despite flooding, heavy rain, high winds and severe temperatures, CCE Surfacing have managed to lay more than 80,000 m2

of resin bonded, resin bound and rubber crumb to date, and we have another 40-50,000 m2 to go.

Our operatives have worked continuously, 7 days a week, since the start of the year, to keep up with the works involved on the various sites.

Cirencester Civil Engineering Limited (CCE Surfacing) are proud to be a part of the transformation of the ‘East Village’ and ‘South Plaza’ at the Olympic site, laying more Resin Surfacing.

Cirencester Civil Engineering Limited (CCE Surfacing) are proud to be a part of the transformation of the ‘East Village’ and ‘South Plaza’ at the Olympic site, laying more Resin Surfacing.

We have been working continuously since the Olympics last year, laying resin surfacing throughout the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park (London Olympic Regeneration Project).

We have been working continuously since the Olympics last year, laying resin surfacing throughout the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park (London Olympic Regeneration Project).

We have built an enviable reputation over the years, and are particularly proud of fulfilling projects, on time (where the surface has been prepared and is ready for us to proceed) and within budget, despite one of the wettest winters in history.

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The Weather in Inverness

This weekend sees our chaps working up in Inverness, laying resin bound surfacing at the new Campus. The temperature is dropping every day, but we will not be beaten.

We have also just finished laying resin bound pathways at a beautiful residence in Blockley. Photos on their way!

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LONDON LEGACY DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION

Cirencester Civil Engineering Limited received a Certificate of Achievement 2013 for achieving excellence in the area of environment/ sustainability/ health & safety, in connection with: Transforming Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park.

Mike Sugg (Managing Director) was delighted to receive this award.

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Chepstow Museum – Resin Bound Surfacing by CCE Surfacing

Chepstow Museum

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Cirencester Civil Engineering Limited (CCE Surfacing) are proud to be a part of the transformation of the ‘East Village’ and ‘South Plaza’ at the Olympic site, laying more Resin Surfacing.

We have been working continuously since the Olympics last year, laying resin surfacing throughout the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park (London Olympic Regeneration Project).

QEOP Cycle Path - CCE Surfacing
QEOP - Resin surfacing by CCE Surfacing

This project is ongoing  and looks to be carrying on to well into the new year.

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Remember, remember, the 5th November!

Here we are again, November is here, and along with it, cold mornings and night time arriving early!

Hope you weren’t Spooked too much last night, and remember to stay safe if you are attending a firework display this year.

 

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Stormy Weather

What a weekend! Hope you are all safe after the stormy weather.

The weather is certainly playing an important part in our schedule this week! We are working all over the place this week, trying to fit in jobs, that have been delayed due to the weather, last week.

We are installing both resin bound and resin bonded surfaces, along with plenty of civils work. Our resin surfacing is good looking, long lasting and trouble free.

We look forward to hearing from you with your inquiries for resin bound surfacing and resin bonded surfacing. Give us a call on 01285 652020 or email us at: enquiries@cce-surfacing.co.uk

Our resin bound surface is ideal for wheelchairs,  pushchairs, etc. It is slip resistant and safer for children, as well as being permeable, which is perfect for this time of year. No planning permission is needed for Resin Bound driveways as they are fully ‘SUDS’  compliant.

 

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End of a Busy, rainy Week.

Our chaps have been very busy this week, trying to fit in all the jobs, in-between dodging the rain!

Unfortunately, the rain has played a big part in getting the jobs done, but we are working as fast as possible. Obviously we can’t lay the resin while it is raining, so have been preparing the sites, doing Civils work, ready to lay the surfacing when dry.

Once laid, our Resin Bound surfacing is fully SUDS (Sustainable Urban Drainage System) compliant.

Permeable paving allows water to pass through the surface. Pollutants are trapped below the surface where many are broken down by natural processes. This also prevents water pooling on impermeable surfaces which can cause puddles and, in winter months, ice.

Planning permission will not be required if a new or replacement driveway

of any size uses permeable/porous surfacing (resin bound surfacing,) permeable concrete, block paving, loose gravel, or porous asphalt, or if rainwater is directed to a lawn or border and allowed to drain naturally.
Planning permission is required for any surface of more that 5 square meters if using traditional impermeable surfaces.
CCE Surfacing can offer resin bound systems that are compliant with “SUDS” (Sustainable Urban Drainage Systems). The resin bound systems are both permeable and porous, dependent on application and use. The type of substrate will also have an impact on which type will work best. We are always happy to advise on the base build-up of your project.
Key Principles
Sustainable drainage is a departure from the traditional approach to draining sites.
There are some key principles that influence the planning and design process enabling them to mimic natural drainage by:
·         storing runoff and releasing it slowly (attenuation)
·         allowing water to soak into the ground (infiltration)
·         Slowly transporting (conveying) water on the surface
·         filtering out pollutants
·         allowing sediments to settle out by controlling the flow of the water.

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We have had a very busy few months at CCE and it doesn’t look like its going to slow down anytime soon!

The QEOP is still keeping our guys very busy, we have been winning works all over the park and hope this continues, its great to still be working on this project and seeing the changes that are happening.

We have recently won works at the BBC in Evesham which we will be starting soon.

Not only have we won works at the BBC, we have won works at ITV, and will be working on the new Coronation Street studios, we are very excited about both of these new projects.

Its not just big projects that have been keeping us busy, we have also been doing a lot of Resin Bound private driveways and paths.

Our contracts managers have been travelling all over the country meeting potential clients. Our contracts managers are happy to come and meet you and discuss your surfacing needs.

If you would like a no obligation quote, why not give us a call on 01285 652020 or email us at enquiries@cce-surfacing.co.uk.

Enjoy the weekend 🙂

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Resin driveways not only look good, they add extra value to your property.

Northend House, Dorchester
CCE resin bound surfacing
Resin Bonded surfaces give that pleasing’crunch’ feel

If you want your driveway to be practical, environmentally friendly and to stand out from your neighbours, the choice is easy – call CCE Surfacing on 01285 652020 or send an email to: enquiries@cce-surfacing.co.uk.

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CCE Surfacing are proud to be a part of the Regeneration of Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_Tik8mSpHL4&feature=player_detailpage

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We have been very busy at the QEOP. We have completed another 6000m2 of resin bonded surfacing, and were then told they needed another 4000m2 completing. Needless to say we have completed this on time, once again.

Take a look at this video of the Park: http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=fV2HSNYb230

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Private Residence – Northend House, Dorchester

Northend House, Dorchester
Northend House

CCE Surfacing have recently finished a private driveway in Dorchester.

After preparing the ground first, with tarmac, we installed our ‘Rhine Quartz’ Resin Bound Aggregate surface.

The clients were very happy with the end result.

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Here we are again, the end of another busy week. The weather held for most of the week, luckily, so we managed to finish all of our projects this week.

CCE wish every you all a very happy Bank Holiday Weekend, and look forward to seeing you next week. 🙂

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We have been Resin Surfacing at Westonbirt Arboretum in Gloucestershire, this week, as well as the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park. It is well worth a visit to the Arboretum, especially in the Autumn, when the leaves change colour, and of course, are enhanced by our Harvest Bronze Resin Bound Surfacing!

Westonbirt Arboretum

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This week we are working at QEOP all week, and work keeps coming in, all over the country. which of course, we love. Many places to visit next week, fingers crossed the weather will hold.

QEOP Cycle Path - CCE Surfacing

If you need an area Resin Surfaced, we will gladly give you a no obligation quote and call in, for a site visit. Give us a call on 01285 65 20 20 or email us at enquiries@cce-surfacing.co.uk.

We look forward to hearing from you.

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We are Now in our new Premises!

We are now in our new office and workshop at CCE House. Work has been continuing while we moved.

We have been working in Inverness, Manchester, London, Southampton, Stroud, in fact all over the country!

We would be happy to see or chat to anyone wanting any information about resin surfacing or groundworks.

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Largest Resin Bound Surfacing contract in UK laid by CCE Surfacing (20,000m2)

The Largest Resin Bound surfacing project in the UK was at the 2012 ‘Olympic Village’. CCE Surfacing laid 20,000 m2, with 1000 m2 laid in a single day!

Resin Bound Surfacing at the 'Olympic Village' by CCE Surfacing

Resin Bound Surfacing at the ‘Olympic Village’ by CCE Surfacing

We also laid 100,000 m2 of Resin Bonded surfacing at the Olympic Parks in the quieter days.

We have now been contracted to lay further Resin Surfacing at the London Olympic Regeneration Project!

You can’t get bigger than that!

 

 

 

 

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Cirencester Civil Engineering Ltd are sorry to hear about the death of Margaret Thatcher.

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CCE are working at Buckingham Palace and London Olympic Regeneration projects laying more resin surfacing, this week. Next week we will also be in Inverness and soon to be starting more work at ‘The Lady Diana Memorial’

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CCE Surfacing are back on site at the’London 2012 Legacy’ transformation.

Plenty more work, to keep us going for a long time.

Check out this link: http://noordinarypark.co.uk/360-park-tour/#.UUsokByeNog

which shows all the resin surfacing we laid before the Olympics began!

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Work Resumes at Buckingham Palace!

Next week (11/03/2013) CCE Surfacing resume work at Buckingham Palace.

We have already completed several areas of the garden, with resin surfaces, and have now been asked to come back and do lots more.

We would like to take this opportunity to wish the Queen a speedy recovery from her illness, this week.

 

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Following recent legislation, Sustainable Urban Drainage Systems (SUDS) is close to becoming mandatory and permeable paving the norm for all hard surfacing requirements.

CCE Surfacing’s Rubber Crumb sub-base & Resin Bound Surface is ideal for a large

range of landscaping projects, and is suitable for driveways, courtyards, pathways,

commercial premises, housing developments, etc.

We replace our normal ‘sub-base’ with a ‘rubber crumb’ material, made from

recycled car tyres, which is topped with a resin and aggregate top layer.

This system prevents flash flooding, by holding the water in the voids around the

rubber, until the water can be absorbed into the ground. This method also reduces

the risk of standing water. As this system is porous, water is able to freeze and

contract without causing damage.

Using this system, can give a landscaping project several BREEAM credits.

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London 2012 Olympics


CCE Surfacing were delighted to be asked by PJ Carey Ltd, to undertake the resin surfacing to the Athletes’ Village and the Olympic Aquatic Centre. By the time the Games opened, we had also surfaced the Velodrome, the  North and South Parks.

CCE surfaced  80,000mof 1-4mm depth, resin bonded ‘Somersham’ aggregate and 22,000m2 of 16-18 mm depth, resin bound surfacing . The work was completed in time for the games to begin!

 

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 Silver Medal Award at Hampton Court Flower Show

A Silver Medal was awarded to CCE Surfacing  and Fi Boyle, of  ‘Fi Boyle Garden Design’, for the ‘Combat Stress Therapeutic Garden’ at Hampton Court Flower Show. It was the first time of entering the show.

CCE Surfacing were the main sponsor and contractor.

The garden was later dismantled and is now being installed by CCE Surfacing, at the Tyrwhitt House, Leatherhead, where the Veterans undergoing treatment can use and enjoy the garden.

 

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Business Awards 2012 Winner: Cirencester Civil Engineering Ltd.

 

 We are delighted to announce the winner in the 2012  Business Awards!

Cirencester Civil Engineering received their trophy and certificate at the  Awards Dinner on Friday May 18th.

The recipient  of  this  award  has demonstrated  the  perfect  balance  of  core  business  activities including finance, operations, sales and marketing, and has a reputation for quality, service and excellence.

They have achieved measurable, provable success through 2011 and have demonstrated why they are all round worthy of the title – ‘Best Business‘.

Business of the Year (less than 25 staff)

Running  a  small  business,  whether  it  is  from  home  alone  or  with  a  select  team,  presents unique challenges in terms of logistics, skills and management.

The recipient of this award has demonstrated  the  perfect  balance  of  core  business  activities  and  achieved  measurable, provable success through 2011.

Winner:  Cirencester Civil Engineering Ltd  (www.cce-surfacing.co.uk)

Contact:  Telephone   01285 652020   –  sales@cce-surfacing.co.uk

The judges were presented with a very difficult choice  from such a strong and diverse number of entries in this category.

The winner managed to secure and subsequently carry out a million and  a  half  pounds  worth  of  new  business,  providing  specialist  surfacing  to  the  roads  and walkways around the Olympic venues. Their reputation has allowed the company to beat off competition and bring home part of the Olympic dream.

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