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Tarmac is the UK’s leading sustainable building materials and construction solutions business.Supplier
Tarmac is the UK’s leading sustainable building materials and construction solutions business. Our innovative products and solutions not only deliver the infrastructure needed to grow the UK economy today but also help to create a more sustainable built environment for the country’s long term future. We have contributed to some of the UK’s biggest construction projects, including Wembley Stadium, Heathrow Terminal 5, The Shard and London 2012.
The company has over 150 years of experience and directly employs around 6,600 people across a nationwide network of over 330 sites. Our solutions span aggregates, asphalt, cement, lime, readymix concrete, road contracting, building products and recycling services. This unique combination of people, technology and assets enables us to offer customers unrivalled choice, innovation and flexibility.
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