Covering April, May & June, the latest issue of our ‘Suttle Standard’ newsletter covers everything that has happened within Suttle Stone Quarries, Suttle Projects, Suttle Piling and Suttle Purbeck Stone over the last 3 months. Click below to read our online version Our Latest Suttle Standard Newsletter
It’s here! Our first newsletter of 2022 features work across the Suttle Group including Purbeck Stone, Quarries, Piling and Civil Engineering from Suttle Projects. Please click on the link below to read: Suttle Standard Spring (March) 2022 For historic newsletters please search the ‘Newsletter’ category on the news section of our website or click here.
The latest edition of the Suttle Standard has features on our sustainability drive, new employees, a transatlantic flooring installation with quite a history, and more. Download here: Suttle Standard Newsletter January 2020
The latest edition of the Suttle Standard has news on landslip works at Beaulieu, the Suttle Golf Day with guest speaker Mark Lawrenson, aerial stills taken at our project Hengistbury Head, and more. Download here: Suttle Standard Newsletter Spring-Summer 2019
The latest edition of the Suttle Standard has features on our cross-group close call reporting push ‘Suttles Setting Standards’, our first ever use of rotary piles in a £19m bridge replacement scheme at Romsey Road, Southampton, Suttle Projects’ premises move to Dawkins Road Industrial Estate, Poole, and more. Download Winter 2019 Newsletter here.
The latest edition of the Suttle Standard has features on our Poole Quay flood defence reinforcement project, training at Suttles, new paving from our California Quarry at student accommodation in Southampton, and more. Download here: Suttle Standard Spring 2017
The world exclusive unveiling of the Aston Martin DB11 at Swanworth Quarry was the cover story in our Summer Newsletter. Among the other highlights in this edition were charity days, new contracts and hires elsewhere, and the cross-company effort to reinforce a stretch of storm damaged railway line at Dover on Christmas Eve last year.…