Campbell Contracts Ltd are looking for new people to join our growing family.
We are looking for:
Fitter / Mechanic
An experienced mechanic / fitter for our maintenance workshop. You must have experience of undertaking repairs on large plant and HGVs. CSR H&S card, clean driving licence and forklift licence would be beneficial when applying for this position.
Plant Operator / HGV driver
We are looking for HGV drivers who can operate 360 Tracked / Wheeled excavators. Must have clean licence, CPC card, digital tachograph card and CSR/CPCS plant card for excavator.
We are looking for an experienced pipe layer for our contracts division. CSR H&S card, EUSR Water Hygiene Card and City & Guilds Electro fusion and Pipe layer qualifications would all be advantageous.
If you are interested in coming to join us please send your CV to email@example.com or telephone 028 895 41215 between 9.30 am and 4pm Mon – Fri.
Photo Left to right – Declan Campbell, Kerry Anderson (Action Cancer), Ronan Campbell, Declan McGarrity, Eimear Campbell, Front row – Jack Campbell, Philip McGarrity & Oisin Campbell
We presented Action Cancer with a cheque for £5010, this was from the proceeds raised at the recent Campbell Contracts Ltd rally time trial, which included a gate collection, raffle’s and charity auction. The Campbell family would like to thank all those who helped and and supported the various events, to those who donated prizes, purchased raffle tickets either in the quarry or in the Nally Stand, donated at the rally or purchased something at the auction your generosity is greatly appreciated. Thanks again to P. Clarke and Sons Ltd for the use of the quarry for the Rally. In the last seven years we have raised over £67,000 for various local charities
Terex Finlay organised a plant demonstration day in our quarry for 3 machines that they were promoting. Two of the machines, a cone crusher and a jaw crusher, are powered by electric motors and can be driven either by the machine’s own engine or by a seperate generator.
On the day of the demonstration both the crushers were powered by one large generator making for substantial fuel savings.
The 3rd machine was a 883 + heavy screener and all these machines should be on display at the Hillhead Show.
Terex had clients from across the world at the demonstration and all enjoyed the food supplied by Cornavarrow Cuisine, and the dry weather in Letterbailey.
Over the course of the day nearly 100 people visited the demonstration and there was even a luxury coach up at the rock faces!
Left to right Keith Morrison – Chief Executive HSE NI, Joanne Campbell (Contracts Manager CCL), Rory Kelly (Health, Safety & Environment Manager CCL)
We are very proud to have been nominated and won recently the Buildhealth NI Sub-Contractors Award. We were nominated for the award by Lagan Ferrovial Costain JV for our efforts in promoting health awareness in the Company. The awards ceremony was held recently at CAFRE’s Greenmount Campus and the award was presented by Keith Morrison, Chief executive of HSE NI.
“At the recent BuildHealth “Hidden Killers” seminar held at Greenmount College, Antrim on Wednesday 16th October, Campbell Contracts Ltd won the 2013 BuildHealth Subcontractor award for their implementation of best practice in the management of occupational health risks on a construction site.
The BuildHealth initiative is a joint venture between the construction industry in Northern Ireland and HSENI, and has been running since 2007 (see http://buildhealthni.com ) The BuildHealth Subcontractors’ Award recognise exemplary practice in the management of occupational health risks by subcontractors amongst their employees.
The Lagan Ferrovial Costain A8 Team, in their role as a BuildHealth Champion site nominated Campbell Contracts Ltd and Coating Developments (2005) Ltd for the 2013 awards. Campbell Contracts Ltd were the overall winner of this years competition for their work in Health management to the A8 project.
The judging panel praised Campbell Contracts Ltd for their level of understanding of the health risks and statutory requirements placed upon them in particular the evidence of integration of occupational health risk management into the subcontractor’s systems of work and their close relationship with a local GP practice to provide them with specialist occupational health guidance in relation to both health and medical surveillance.
The project’s Health Champion and SHE Manager, Amy Dixon, said “Campbells are a small, family business but have demonstrated a willingness to engage in the promotion of occupational health issues and have raised the bar for the supply chain within Northern Ireland”
Campbell Contracts would like to take this opportunity to welcome all our customers, new and existing, to our new website. We hope you can find all the information you need, please feel free to Contact Us with any queries