MAC Surfacing has expanded their already impressive range of services by adding and opening their very own training division.
Already known for planer and paver hire, labour supply and plant haulage, MAC now adds another string to their bow.
MAC Surfacing continue their charity drive with MD Mark Hibbert tackling the Ben Nevis Challenge
The Ben Nevis Challenge takes place on Saturday 11th August and Sunday 12th August 2018 and Mark will be scaling the mountain on Sunday the 12th. The Ben Nevis Challenge supports the National Autistic Society
Based in Tipton and launched in 2004, MAC Surfacing have grown into one of the nation’s leading providers of hire based surfacing solutions incorporating Paver Hire, Planer Hire, Labour Hire and Plant Haulage.
We spoke to Mark about his progression into the role of Managing Director, what the job entails, his visions for the future of MAC Surfacing and more…
MAC Surfacing is one of the UK's leading hire based road surfacing companies. With a nationwise presence and coverage, there's no corner of the the UK that MAC can't provide the ideal solution and service.
Experts in surfacing solutions, MAC Surfacing are now sharing their knowledge and expertise by providing the services of their top-class maintenance team to other companies in need, when they need it.
The importance of new and up to date equipment should be a key for any business. Having up to date, high-quality resources provides a number of benefits to any company.
What do you do when you need surfacing resources or plant repair out of regular office hours?
Are you stumped? Do you have to wait until the morning? Is that vital deadline going to be missed?
On November 8th & 9th at the NEC Arena in Birmingham, Highways UK gets underway for its third year. Exhibiting at the show for a second time, is MAC Surfacing, returning after their event debut in 2016.
MAC Surfacing, leading surfacing solutions provider was born in 2004, with Mark Copson building the Tipton based company from the ground up. Originally named SM Pavers the company now has a story to tell that spans over a decade and through a recession.
When selecting the right supplier for your contract, what are you really looking for? It seems that more and more, price -over value – is king. That number on the page speaks more to a buyer than any other factor.
But, does price bring value? Should price alone be the determining factor when deciding upon how you carry out your work?