HA Civils holds Community Engagement event in Kensington

Our Kensington community engagement event was a success, we had a great turn out and fantastic weather too. The aim of the event was to inform residents and business owners about the progress of ongoing civil engineering works on the A57 in Kensington. Playing in the donated sandpit The event featured an open forum –…

Interview with Elliot on his work experience with HA Civils

Elliot Martin is studying Engineering at Cowley 6th Form College in St Helens, and recently completed work experience with us on site at Prescot town centre. Our works in Prescot are part of our Eccleston Street Public Realm Improvement scheme which focuses on improving the town's high street paving. Elliot using the theodolite What work…

HA Civils collaboration with local Primary School St Sebastian’s

We are working with St Sebastian’s Catholic Primary School, a local school in Liverpool, Kensington. As part of our mini construction site scheme we built a construction site in the school ground for pupils to play on and have fun with. Our aim is to encourage children to view construction as an interesting future job…

Grand unveiling of the winners of St Cuthbert’s and St Sebastian’s art competition

The winners of our art competition from St Cuthbert's were Blake, Niamh and Michael (all aged 5) in 1st, 2nd and 3rd place, their artwork has been enlarged and placed on our compound walls at Empress Road in Kensington. They excitedly cut the ribbons and we helped them remove the covering to show their artwork…

HA Civils working with local Primary School St Cuthbert’s

In Kensington we are working with St Cuthbert’s Catholic Primary School, a local school in Liverpool. We are working with Kier to construct a new school for St Cuthbert’s Primary. We like to keep the children involved with the progress of the site works - they can view the work through our display windows on…

Visit from Councillor James Noakes at Kensington

Liverpool Councillor James Noakes visited our compound in Kensington to view the progress we’ve made on the A57 in conjunction with Better Roads. James Noakes is a Cabinet Member for Streetscene, Transport & Highways and Air Quality. Better Roads is Liverpool City Council’s £500m highway investment programme and key works are currently being undertaken on…

Boots on for Building charity walk

HA Civils and Huyton Asphalt recently took part in the Boots on for Building walk (with Kier) to raise money for charity. The proceeds of the walk were donated to The Kier Foundation which supports causes such as the British Heart Foundation and End Youth Homelessness. The walk spanned various landmarks across Liverpool, starting at…

HA Civils at the River Festival

The Huyton Asphalt group of companies last weekend attended the River Festival at the Albert Dock and Pierhead. The River Festival is a yearly event where visitors flock to see various exhibitions and performances in Liverpool. It focuses on a free celebration of ships, music and art and is a family friendly weekend. The River…

Slow down for Bobby campaign

HA Civils and Huyton Asphalt are supporters of the Slow down for Bobby campaign, which encourages road users to drive at a safe speed around the surroundings of schools. On 24th October 2014 a young boy called Bobby Colleran was hit by a car. Bobby was on his way home from school, walking by the road…