MAC Pitman was established in 1988 and has grown into one of the largest mechanical kerb and combined drainage laying specialists in the UK. Our vast experience and skill-set make us leaders in our field, backed up by our own modern fleet of machinery and plant. This sets us apart from our competitors, as we provide a one-stop-shop service allowing us to deliver projects within budget and on time.
Our specialist team has worked with some of the nation’s biggest contractors, including M.J. Church and Costain Ltd. Trained and qualified to CSCS and CPCS level, we have the confidence and industry know-how to aid the delivery of your venture.
From our base in South Gloucester we gain easy access to the motorway network, allowing us to undertake projects for our strong client base; either public or private sector, whatever the scale, we’re here to make your project run smoothly.
YOU ARE IN SAFE HANDS
Enjoy peace of mind knowing we have a safe, professional and fully qualified workforce.
M4 Jcn16 Improvements
Contractor: MJ Church
We worked closely with the contractor to deliver a range of upgrades to Junction 16 on the M4. The finished project has successfully improved traffic flow and eased congestion on this busy junction.
Sherford Village, Plymouth
Groundfix called on our services to help create Sherford Village, a new market town built in the South Hams in Devon. The complete development encompasses 5,500 new homes, over 80,000m2 of employment & retail space and 4 new schools.
A465 Heads of the Valleys
Contractor: Costain Ltd
This project required a sensitive, professional approach, as the new A465 passes through a heavily protected area within the Brecon Beacons National Park. Working with Costain Ltd, we helped provide this vital road network link to the Welsh Government.
South Bristol link
Contractor: Alun Griffiths Ltd
Kerbing this new road link, South of Bristol is a vital part of a huge improvement to the area; reduced residential congestion, greater access to Bristol Airport and supporting the construction of MetroBus. All these factors have benefitted from the revised connection of the A370, A38 and A4174.