Chasetown is investing £ 3 million in rigs


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JCB 220X LC Excavator Chasetown Civil Engineering’s new machines include the JCB 220X and 140X models as well as the 3, 5 and 8 ton compact excavator models. Order filed from Burntwood, Staffordshire to Trader Gunn JCB. The contractor also purchased 12 new Leica machines and Leica surveying equipment, provided by Boels Survey & Laser. All new JCB excavators are selected ready-to-control machine, with core assemblies installed at the factory, giving flexibility to move control units from one machine to another as needed. The new system allows the engineering team to monitor data remotely and upload it to devices, reducing the need for field visits. “The X Series models are top notch – we’re delighted with their performance. Our operators love the smoothness of controls, the robust performance and the comfort of the cab, all of which add to the extremely efficient and productive excavator. JCB and Leica technology work seamlessly to supply us,” said Ewan Grant, Managing Director of Civil Engineering at Chastown. What we need. ” Chasetown Civil Engineering was founded in 1974 by Noel Sweeney and earned more than £ 110 million in 2019. Noel Sweeney passed away in May 2020, leaving the business, along with Tara’s development and home-building interests, to Mary’s widow. Do you have a story? Email [email protected]


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