Works at the Spread Eagle Junction in Bury St Edmunds have been completed three weeks ahead of schedule. The works commenced on September 4th 2017 and finsihed on Tuesday February 6th 2018. The improvements included; Traffic signals upgrade Creation of new bus stops along Out Westgate and Vinery Road…
Following the completion of the Cullum Parkway improvements ahead of schedule the Tour Of Britain were able to race through the junction. Fortunately there were no incidents or casualties at this particular part of the race.
At an awards ceremony held at the BSI Head Office in Milton Keynes, we were presented with the BSI ISO 14OO1 certificate. This award reflects our continuing progress on our Environmental Management program. The picture shows the Operations Manager Adrian Buxton collecting the framed certificate.
Improvements at the Spread Eagle junction Bury St Edmunds are currently in progress with completion due early in the New Year. These works will mean more efficient traffic movements through the junction and improved pedestrian and cyclist facilities.
On behalf of Suffolk County Council and Kier Services, Manit Contractors Ltd have recently completed junction improvements at Cullum Parkway in Bury St Edmunds. The Junction which is part of a key route around Bury St Edmunds was designed to improve safety and traffic flow. The three month scheduled project…
After a successful audit at our premises in Littleport recently, we achieved the Achilles accreditation. This is in addition to the Safe Contractor, Constructionline and CHAS schemes that we already hold.
ISO 14001 Certificate Following successful audits at our premises and on site Manit Contractors have achieved the ISO 14001 Certification.
On Sunday 16th July 2017 the third annual cricket match in memory of Kevin Rice was held at Corpus Christi College in Cambridge. The match was a 30 over game between Kevin’s old teams Cambridge Post Office and Shepreth , a very close match was won by Shepreth by 12…
The Ipswich Station forecourt works have been completed and is now fully open to vehicles and pedestrians. The last piece of work to be finished was the buff coloured tarmac areas to identify more clearly the Bus and Taxi lanes.
Latest update on the Ipswich station forecourt improvements with another stage completed . This area is now fully open for traffic and general public access