About us

We produce aggregates (crushed rock, sand and gravel), ready-mixed concrete, asphalt, cement and cement related materials. We are part of the HeidelbergCement Group, which has leading global positions in aggregates, cement and concrete. Hanson UK is split into four business lines – aggregates, concrete, asphalt and contracting and cement – which together operate around 300 manufacturing sites and employ over 3,500 people.

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Latest news

Hanson UK customer service centre opens in Syston, Leicestershire
Hanson’s budding talent builds new infrastructure at Jamie’s Farm
Judges visit UK projects
8 August 2016

Hanson UK customer service centre opens in Syston, Leicestershire

Hanson UK’s new national customer service centre at Watermead Business Park, Syston in Leicestershire opens for business today. The first wave of 150 ordering, sales administration and distribution staff has transferred from an ageing building off Ashby Road in Shepshed into One Marlborough Court and the entire 240+ team will come together by the end of the year. Finola Timmins, general manager of the customer service centre, said: “Having the combined group under one roof will help improve the service we offer to our customers and the design of this outstanding building will also contribute...
1 August 2016

Hanson’s budding talent builds new infrastructure at Jamie’s Farm

A team of 11 potential senior leaders from Hanson UK’s career development programme rolled their sleeves up to make a series of improvements at Jamie’s Farm in Rowlestone, Herefordshire. Jamie’s Farm acts as a catalyst for change, enabling disadvantaged young people to thrive academically, socially and emotionally. This is achieved through a unique residential experience at its Wiltshire and Herefordshire bases and a rigorous follow-up programme, combining ‘farming, family and therapy'. The Hanson group selected the charity as part of their learning programme and volunteered to build a new...
25 July 2016

Judges visit UK projects

With the research phase at the mid-way point, the UK Quarry Life Award judges have visited the four participating projects for an update on progress and to meet the students and academics involved. The projects are being carried out at Grange Top quarry in Rutland, Misson quarry in Nottinghamshire and Batts Combe quarry, Somerset. Senior sustainability manager Martin Crow, who is UK co-ordinator for the award scheme and chairs the judging panel, led the site visits, accompanied by international jury member Richard Grimmet from Birdlife. At Grange Top quarry in Ketton, which supplies limestone...