MAC director, Jake Wherton, will take a leap of faith this November after committing to a charity sky dive in aid of Cancer Research.
With an office currently based in Guildford, the business motive is to serve a wider geographical area...
Leading hirer to the road building and maintenance sector – MAC Surfacing – has purchased its second Wirtgen W210i large milling machine following significant demand for heavy-duty 2-metre planers from its customer base.
The Chartered Institution of Highways and Transportation (CIHT) has launched a Diversity and Inclusion Charter to help embed a change in culture in the highways and transportation industry.
2015 saw over £6000 raised and donated to charity by Midlands based MAC Surfacing, the vast majority of which came from company director Marc Copson’s participation in a charity boxing event in aid of Cancer Research.
As part of a planned investment to strengthen and meet the demand generated from key successes of the company’s planing division, family run MAC Surfacing have taken delivery of their 2nd SCANIA R450LB6x2MNA Tipper within 12 months.
Operating a fleet of more than 20 pavers from manufacturers such as Vogele, Dynapac and Volvo. The varied selection of pavers enables MAC to provide machinery that suit the requirements of our varied customer base, from paving a small confined space to a large expanse of motorway.
The past couple of months have seen a frenzy of charitable activity for us. From boxing to football, the sporting theme saw over £8,000 being raised for two worthwhile national charities.
Director Marc Copson ditched the comfort of his office to take up the challenge of facing his opponent in the boxing ring at the end of October. In aid of Cancer Research, Marc bravely donned his boxing gloves to hit back against the devastating illness making it through the final round after seeing off his opponent.
You may have noticed that over the last few months we?ve been rolling out our brand new logo and image. It?s a mammoth task to update all of our machinery with the new imagery and we?ve been phasing this in as and when machinery and vehicles are available.
Part of this branding drive is this newsletter itself based on the desire to keep our clients updated and informed with all aspects of MAC Surfacing.
Constantly looking to bring young, talented people into the industry, we have recently taken on two apprentices to add to our surfacing teams.
When it comes to providing critical maintenance for our plant and equipment, we have expanded our service department, bringing the number of plant and HGV mechanics to five. Located at our head office in Tipton they are ideally situated to be able to attend to any call-out or emergency throughout the UK.