P Casey (Enviro) Ltd have recently purchased Astley Sand and Aggregates Ltd and Astley Plant Ltd.

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The acquisition includes Morley’s Quarry along the East Lancs Road to the west of Manchester;strategically located for the Greater Manchester inert waste / aggregate markets.  The site includes an inert landfill, extraction of sand and gravel for use as primary aggregates and recycling of secondary soils and aggregates from CDE (construction/demolition/excavation) waste.  Astley Plant includes plant and machinery necessary for operations, a small fleet of vehicles for collection/delivery and a workshop for general maintenance.

Along with the acquisition, Enviro welcomes the transfer of twelve new experienced staff members to its team.

Dave Scott has been seconded from Hareshill to manage operations at Morley’s Quarry; “I am delighted with this opportunity and am very enthusiastic about the benefits Astley Sand & Aggregates can bring to the Enviro portfolio”.

6 June 2011

We are delighted to announce that we have been awarded contractor partner status on 5 separate construction frameworks.

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As testament to the great Health and Safety culture we have at Casey, we have been awarded a MERIT in the British Safety Council’s International Safety Award. This is in addition to our recent RoSPA Gold Award for Occupational Health and Safety.

Staff at Casey were delighted to move into their new "deep green" office block at head office in Rochdale.  Designs by Taylor Young for the new low-energy building were approved by Rochdale planners in 2009.  The building of a pair of two storey linked office blocks took 12 months, while staff continued to work in the original premises on what is now the car park. 

Sustainability has been central to this new design which is six per cent better than the required green standards for a naturally ventilated building.  The low-energy potential of the building is the result of a 'passive' building design combined with energy efficient building systems and services.  There is a sedum planted roof which will help save heat in the winter, keep the building cool in the summer, and look in sympathy with the surrounding countryside.