TT Concrete join the BMF

TT Concrete Products are delighted to become a Supplier Member to the BMF (Builders Merchant Federation).

Established in 2001 TT Concrete embarked on a programme of continued investment to create a much needed regional producer of prestressed concrete floor beams and hollowcore slab.

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Peter Mace, Managing Director of TT Concrete, said “becoming a member of the BMF is a natural progression after having joined NMBS, British Precast and The Precast Flooring Federation several years ago. The business has maintained good growth, even during the recession period of 2007/08, by ensuring excellent levels of service to the support received from builders merchants. At the start of 2017 further investment took place with the installation and commissioning of another production bed capable of producing annually an additional 180,000 linear metres of 150mm T beams. Based in Oxfordshire TT Concrete are ideally located to supply builders merchants and their customers throughout The Midlands, Home Counties, South and Southwest.”

Builders merchants are recognising the importance of stocking prestressed concrete floor beams by allocating space to a limited range of sizes for local deliveries and collections. Larger quantities can be delivered direct to site by our large fleet of rigid, wagon and drag or articulated lorries using “beam specific finger grabs” for safe and efficient off-loading.

If required TT Concrete are also able to quote for and supply precast concrete stairs. In addition we work closely with our highly skilled, professional installation partners who offer a full installation service for beams, hollowcore slab and stairs covering pre-site meetings, risk assessments and method statements prior to installing product.

To coincide with joining BMF a new website has been launched. As well as giving details on the full range of concrete products, services and accessories we offer, builders merchants and their customers will be able to access and download technical information reports and data, guidance on safe installation, COSSH and Health & Safety.

Peter Mace added “There are positive signs that the construction industry will continue to grow and prosper for the foreseeable future and we very much look forward to actively working with and supporting the BMF Members”.

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