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Chasetown invests in innovation

Following the investment in 20 brand new JCB excavators Chasetown Civil Engineering has enhanced their fleet line-up by adding 12 new Leica Machine Control Units and Leica surveying equipment provided by Boels Survey & Laser.

Noel Sweeney 1943 – 2020

A much-loved Burntwood businessman and popular figure in the construction and residential development sectors has died following a short illness, his family and colleagues confirmed today.

Covid-19 Company Policy

In this Coronavirus (COVID-19) company policy you will find all the essential guidelines employees should follow during the coronavirus outbreak and temporary alterations of existing sick leave and work from home policies.

Chasetown Support Free Spirit Horse Memorial

Chasetown are happy to have supported in the construction of the Free Spirit Horse Memorial at the National Memorial Arboretum in Alrewas.

Burton Leander Rowing Club Receive Chasetown Van

The club are using an ex-Chasetown van to carry equipment and to make day to day transport easier.

Supporting the Lichfield and Hatherton Canal Restoration Trust

Chasetown Civil are proud to be supporting the Lichfield and Hatherton Canal Restoration Trust (LHCRT) by loaning various plant and materials to their works over recent months.

New 2019 Scania Wagon

The latest addition to the expanding fleet is a 2019 Scania R-Series wagon.

Noel Sweeney’s Investiture as a Papal Knight

A comprehensive article celebrating the investiture of Noel Sweeney into the the Knights of St Gregory the Great.

New Classroom for Local School

With the help of Chasetown Civil Engineering, St Joseph’s and St Theresa’s, Burntwood, have been able to build a state of the art new classroom structure.

Chasetown Extend Deal With DCFC For 2018/19 Season

Chasetown Civil Engineering are excited to announce that we are continuing to sponsor Derby County Football Club, into the 2018/19 season.

Chasetown Civil Fleet Additions

The last additions to our fleet are ten 22-tonne JCB excavators.

Head Office Re-development

We have re-developed our Chasetown base into a state of the art head office.

New Contract Awarded for Miller Homes Development

Chasetown Civil Engineering has secured a new contract with Miller Homes for the Castle Donington Relief Road.

Re-surfaced Playground For Local Primary School

With the help of Chasetown Civil Engineering, St Thomas More Catholic Primary School, Great Wyrley have been able to resurface their playground.

Chasetown Support Local Miners Memorial

Chasetown are happy to have supported in the construction of the Sankeys Corner Miners Monument

In addition to a wide range of works for our clients, we also pride ourselves on our community work. Over the past 40 years we have helped a large number of local organisations in the West Midlands area, and many causes beyond. We remain proud sponsors of Derby County FC and local club Chasetown FC.

We are proud of our continued work with local causes and organisations. In particular, our work with the Lichfield & Hatherton Canals Restoration Trust, who with the support of Chasetown Civil Engineering are providing opportunities for bricklaying students at South Staffordshire College.