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  Westcountry walling stone  We are one of the largest quarrying firms with 60 aggregate operations across the UK. We have a wide customer base, delivering everything from a one-off load to local builders to high profile projects such as the London 2012 Olympic Park and the M1 Junction 25-28 widening programme.We are based in Leicestershire at Bardon Hill, Coalville, where we have operated since the 1850s. Bardon Hill Quarry is one of the company’s five super quarries, the others being in Somerset, another in Leicestershire plus two in Scotland. These quarries each produce over 1 million tonnes of crushed rock each year.In addition to utilising road transport, we also have facilities to distribute materials by rail, river and sea around the UK. This takes hundreds of thousands of tonnes of aggregate and crushed rock off our road network, saving both carbon and cost.  A national business Our parent company, Aggregate Industries, is an international aggregate, construction and building materials group and part of the Holcim group of companies. The group has leading regional market positions in the UK, and worldwide.We have been working for more than a decade to create sustainable solutions for all our core markets and today all our products are certified as VERY GOOD under the BES 6001 Framework Standard for the Responsible Sourcing of Construction Products. This means that using these products within your project can help maximise potential points and ratings within BREEAM and other sustainable schemes. We supply an extensive range of high quality aggregates to the UK construction industry. Westcountry  natural walling is a range of beautiful hand selected stone available from five locations in Devon, Cornwall and Somerset. It is ideally suited to matching existing structures in these localities and will add distinction and appeal to any development. Westcountry walling stone is supplied in random shapes and sizes suitable for building a natural appearing stone wall. The stone can also be dressed on site if a more regular appearance is required. Bardon Aggregates  An introduction    Case study Hooe Lake,Plymouth   When 2012 housebuilder of the year, Barratt Homes, needed a sympathetic walling material to match an existing natural feature at a unique waterside development in Plymouth, a local solution was conveniently near at hand. Just three miles away, to be precise. Barratt Homes turned to Bardon Aggregates, to supply 600 tonnes of hand selected, locally sourced limestone walling stone for the 222 new home project alongside Hooe Lake.  The material, Moorcroft walling stone, provided an excellent visual link to the site’s distinctive rock outcrop and gained swift approval from local planning.Bardon Aggregates has supplied the appointed groundworkers for the scheme, MJL Contractors, with over 3,000 tonnes of material since the commencement of the project in August 2012.  Westcountry walling stone range  Westleigh walling is a natural limestone material with grey, pink and red colouration, quarried in mid Devon. Whilst being ideally suited to match existing structures and the natural landscape in the mid Devon area it can be used to make a distinctive and attractive feature in any location. Westleigh walling is hand selected to provide a natural random wall. Natural product colouration can vary.  Westleigh Stoneycombe walling is a limestone material predominantly of a pink colouration. It is ideal for blending with the traditional buildings and natural landscape in the Torbay area of Devon, whilst being perfect for constructing a distinctive and naturally attractive feature in other locations. Stoneycombe walling is hand selected to provide for a natural random wall. Natural product colouration can vary. Stoneycombe Moorcroft walling is a Limestone material quarried in the Plymouth area which has a predominantly grey and pink colouration. The stone is ideal for matching the many structures in this area constructed from this type of material and can also be used for constructing an attractive feature in other locations. Moorcroft walling is hand selected to provide for a natural random wall. Natural product colouration can vary. Moorcroft
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