Back to School for Harlex

Harlex have recently signed up to the supply chain sustainability school a virtual learning tool that aims to help construction suppliers and sub-contractors develope their sustainability knowledge and competence.

The School was founded by Skanska with support from Kier, Lend Lease, Morgan Sindall, Sir Robert McAlpine, Willmott Dixon and Aggregate Industries and represents a common approach to addressing sustainability within the supply chains

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Harlex Increase Their Tipper Fleet

Harlex have recently taken delivery of a number of new Volvo FMX tippers adding to our already modern fleet of vehicles, this increased fleet will no doubt allow us to enhance the capabilities we are able to offer our customers.

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Harlex Sponsor Local Cricket Club

Harlex are giving support to our local cricket club Harvel Cricket Club by becoming one of their main sponsors, the team play in the Shepherd Neame Kent league on Saturdays and the Kent village league on Sundays.

We will be watching results with interest.

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River Transport

Picture showing barge being loaded with spoil from Charlton transfer depot.

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Vehicle Improvements

Tipper lorry showing side under-run bars

As part of our commitment to help improve the safety of cyclists and pedestrians in built up areas we have undertaken an extensive programme to improve all our vehicles, as well as the side under-run bars we have also installed side scanners, frenzel lenses and warning signs. 
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The First Bucket Out The Ground – Crossrail Bond Street

Picture Showing a Harlex lorry being loaded by Cementation, this is the first load out the ground on 7th November 2011 the contract will run for 10 months.

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Grout Shaft Construction

Harlex are contracted to remove the spoil produced from the construction of the grout shafts at the eastern and western ticket halls of Bond Street Station.

Attached is a link showing how a grout shaft is constructed.

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