Aarsleff Appoints New General Manager

Aarsleff UK, one of the UK’s leading contractors of driven piles, is pleased to announce that Kevin Hague has been appointed as General Manager – an appointment which represents promotion for Kevin, who joined Aarsleff in 2014 as Piling Manager.

Kevin has been one of the key driving forces behind Aarsleff’s successful growth strategy, having brought with him a wealth of industry knowledge that has also helped the Company open new market sectors and business opportunities.

Speaking about the appointment Chris Primett, Managing Director of Aarsleff said: “From his arrival Kevin established himself as an integral member of the Aarsleff team, he is quickly getting to grips with all areas of the Company’s business operations. His promotion to General Manager will give him the authority and freedom to execute his many exciting plans that are in-line with the Company’s growth strategy.”

Kevin has long been involved in the foundations sector having joined Aarsleff from BAUER Technologies Ltd., where he was Operations Manager, responsible for a number of large-scale projects and prior to that he was Operations Manager at Cementation Skanska, working within the Ground Engineering, London and Major Project Divisions. Kevin has worked in many market sectors, however most notably recently delivering major infrastructure projects on the Cross Rail programme and the Thameslink upgrade programme for Network Rail.

On his promotion Kevin said: “It’s an exciting time for Aarsleff with an enormous number of opportunities available for the business to grow and further establish itself as a major UK player in the driven piling sector. With the support of our European sister companies, our resource and knowledge-base is second-to-none, and has already been put to good use on a number of UK projects such as Mersey Gateway. The role will be consistently challenging but we have a great team here at Aarsleff and together we will be a success.”

For more information about Aarsleff contact the company on 01636 611140 or email info@aarsleff.co.uk

Aarsleff’s Notes to Editors:

Aarsleff Ground Engineering Ltd, trading as Aarsleff Ground Engineering, is a Division of Danish contracting giant Per Aarsleff A/S, and is one of the UK’s leading driven precast concrete piling contractors and also has a long tradition for the installation of both steel and timber piles.

Aarsleff Ground Engineering’s strategy and philosophy of investment into the future has resulted in its wholly owned subsidiary Centrum Pile Ltd having the most advanced precast pile production facilities in the UK, producing segmentally jointed precast concrete piles to BS En12794 to Class 1A.

More recently Aarsleff Ground Engineering has introduced to the UK the latest technology for the in-situ relining of buried water and sewage pipes.

A leading UK ground engineering specialist, focusing on multi-discipline excellence and value engineering. We design and deliver some of the UK’s largest ground engineering projects.

Our vision is to bring confidence to those constructing the landscape of tomorrow .

1947. Central Jutland, Denmark. Per Aarsleff borrowed 10,000 Danish Kroner from his father’s life insurance, bought an excavator, and founded Northern Europe’s leading contracting company.

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