Aarsleff Ground Engineering, along with its sister company Centrum Pile, are excited to announce that it has been featured in work clothing retail giant Timberland PRO’s Autumn/Winter work apparel 2019.
In early 2019, Aarsleff and Centrum Pile were approached by Lincolnshire based media group Epix Media who were looking for locations on behalf of Timberland PRO for the photo shoot of their new line up of workwear and safety boots.
Both Timberland PRO and Epix Media had seen Aarsleff’s new corporate film which was released in early 2019 and were interested in using their project sites and manufacturing facilities for the shoot. Centrum Piles welding robots and yard storage facilities were used as locations for the shoot, along with Aarsleff’s plant workshop.
The final shots were debuted at the A+A2019 Trade Fair in Düsseldorf, Germany, along with being featured in Timberland PRO’s European marketing and promotional materials, including 13 photos from the shoot in their catalogue.
Along with the photo shoot, Epix Media also produced a short promotional video which is set to feature Centrum Pile’s factory and is expected to go live on the launch of Timberland PRO’s new UK website in early 2020.
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.
Our biggest asset, our team is composed of the leading experts in ground engineering. Working with collaboration and cohesion at the core of our business, we can guarantee a quick and founded answer to all your questions.
We recruit and reward our people based on our ‘Step into the Blue’ company culture, where we embrace the core values of Life and Health, Trust, and Responsibility.
We do everything to ensure our team and yours work safely on our sites. With our core value of Life & Health, we see safety as a cultural pillar.
Our ISO accreditations are an assurance to you that we take governance seriously. Read our policies to discover more
The projects that keep society running. Bridges, buildings, transit and rail facilities, embankment support, marine and offshore facilities, mines, airports, and water projects.
Keeping things turning. Sewage Treatment Works, Waste Water Treatment Works, Wind Farms and Wind Turbines, Biomass Plants, and Power stations.
Meeting society’s needs. Nursing and care homes, MOD buildings, Schools and Universities, and small or large-sized residential developments.
Staying on the move. Remediation, bridges, and foundation work are integral to keeping the industry running smoothly.
The landscape of the marketplace. Mega-retail sheds, distribution warehouses, University accommodation, and major supermarket and household name units.
Keeping things afloat. Ports and harbours, coastal defences, river embankments and inland waterways.
Technically trained estimators and a dedicated, in-house design team means we consider value-engineering at every stage of your project.
More than just a model, Visual Design & Construction is a tool to encourage collaboration and improve quality across all facets of a scheme.
From large commercial sheds to small residential plots, piling could be the foundation solution you need to support your project.
Issues around collapse, slipping or erosion? Our experts in retaining solutions have a broad portfolio of techniques designed to fix even the most nuanced of sites.
Tricky ground conditions or requirements? Aarsleff’s ground engineering team work on stabilisation through a varied range of techniques, bespoke to the properties of your site ground.
Our plant workshop offers a range of services designed to ensure your plant works for you. Whether it’s manufacturing and fabrication of equipment for long-term needs or hire so you can complete something specific.