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August 22

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August 22

Five New Midi Excavators!


Family Fun Day

On Saturday 13th, we hosted our annual Family Fun Day for employees, family, and friends to enjoy. The day consisted of heaps of entertainment, food and drinks, a tombola, and a raffle… and not forgetting the infamous We’re A Knockout competition!
We’d like to say a very grateful thank you to our dedicated staff members, supply chain, and friends for donating such fantastic prizes for our tombola stall and company raffle. Because of your generosity, we were able to raise an incredible £3,000 for our chosen charity, Rainbows Hospice for Children and Young People!



Leicestershire Business Awards 2022

We are excited to announce that CR Civil Engineering has been shortlisted for three awards at the East Midlands Chamber of Commerce Business Awards 2022 for the Leicestershire region. The categories are as follows:

1. Community Impact Award
2. Commitment to People Development
3. Apprentice of the Year – Jessica Gould

See the link below to find out more:


Derbyshire Blood Bikes

We are proud to support Derbyshire Blood Bikes, a charity that provides an urgent medical courier service to the NHS in Derbyshire, for yet another year!


Forest Oak School

Forest Oak School is a school for pupils with moderate learning difficulties aged from four to sixteen years old. Our team at CR Civil Engineering has carried out some much-needed work that included repairing wigwams, securing loose totem poles, installing flag poles, installing 2 new drainage systems, replacing broken tactiles, removing shed and sandpits, installing planters, and turning over vegetable beds. Over £5,000 was donated in labour, small tools, and materials.
Alex Pitt, Site Administrator for CR Civil Engineering, added:

“As part of the SMP Alliance works on the M6, we wanted to do something within the community. Forest Oak School needed some urgent improvement works to make the area safer for the children. The lads did an exceptional job, especially in the heat.”