Aggregates, asphalt and concrete in Birmingham
Sustainable construction materials for the West Midlands
200 Heartlands Parkway, Birmingham B7 5PJ
Ideally located for the M6 motorway, M42 and M6 Toll
The Birmingham aggregates, asphalt and concrete site offers Midlands construction a rail-fed quarry of hardstone aggregates, high PSV gritstone, sands and gravels.
A range of BBA accredited traditional and designed asphalts that promote reuse of waste materials, offer reduced carbon emissions and, single layer asphalts, that use less material.
Completing the materials capability is our range of British standard and proprietary concretes including specialist waterproof, early strength and self-compacting concrete designs together with lower carbon concretes and coloured concretes designed to deliver enhanced aesthetic design in building.
Concretes, asphalts and aggregates available on site at our Birmingham plant.
The high output concrete batching plant offers a twin shaft mixer, two loading points and can manufacture up to 160m3 per hour.
Latest technology asphalt plant with direct access to rail fed aggregate offering the full range of British standard and propriety mixes. 20k tonnes of stocked granite and high PSV gritstone available 24/7. Asphalt production includes foam mix, rubber modified, warm mix and Sasobit asphalts. Capacity to produce 320 tonnes of asphalt per hour.
Aggregate supplies to our 24/7 site are rail fed from Mountsorrel quarry, Leicestershire (granite), Gore and Dolyhir, Wales, (gritstone) and Buxton, Tunstead and Hindlow quarries (Limestone) 68 psv aggregate and two grades of RAP (recycled asphalt planings) 0/6mm and 4/20mm available.
Aggregates, asphalt and concrete onsite, in the heart of the Midlands, promoting more sustainable, carbon reduced concstruction.
Sustainable construction materials in Birmingham and the West Midlands
The capability opened in Birmingham is a new generation of construction supply. Focused on technology, materials and logistics that reduce carbon and support the construction supply ambition of manufacture progressing to Net Zero performance.
Tarmac Birmingham Plant offers
High thermal insulation enabling lower fuel consumption during manufacture
Rail fed aggregate deliveries lowering CO2 emissions
Onsite reclaimer plant to process and reuse returned loads.
Low carbon concretes using cement replacement GGBS
Reuse of site surface water for batching
Reduced vehicle movements.
Regeneration of derelict land, job creation and materials supply in the centre of Birmingham.