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17th Feb 2024

We are recruiting!
 
UTILITY EXPERIENCED ASSISTANT / 2ND MAN – GRAB LORRY

We require experienced and certificated personnel to work alongside our grab operators to carry out deliveries, uplifts and all aspects of backfilling and reinstatement activities on utility projects across central Scotland.

Please confirm your interest by contacting Samantha on 0141 889 6223 or forward CV to samantha.gallagher@leegalcontracts.com

16th Feb 2024

Coming to a site near you very soon…

Leegal Contracts Ltd is pleased to announce the acquisition of 2 additional hotboxes.

Livery completed and ready to go. Give us a toot if you see us aboot!
New hotboxes

1st Feb 2024

A quick showcase of some of the projects we have completed over the last few months…

30th Dec 2023

Some large patch repair works carried out recently in Renfrew finished in a 30/14 HRA wearing course. Job was completed within our specified timescales and to our client’s satisfaction. Thankfully we managed to dodge the rain too!

Grab hire • material supplies • spoil removal • backfilling • reinstatement • surfacing • civil engineering • road marking

17th Nov 2023

A multi utility project currently being carried out in Stirlingshire for one of our valued clients.
 
The scope of the works for Leegal Contracts Ltd is to provide a full reinstatement backup service consisting of material supplies, backfill, spoil removal and final reinstatement.

30th Oct 2023

We are pleased to announce the acquisition of 2 new grab wagons.

They are currently being prepared by Kel-berg Trailers & Trucks Ltd with delivery to expected very soon. These grab loader equipment are fitted with Kel-Berg Grab Loader installation, Edbro  underfloor TS tipping RAM, and Palfinger UK Epsilon M125 crane.

Additionally these vehicles are fitted with roof beacon, transcover sheeting system, strobe lights, reverse camera, steel toolbox, manual wacker carrier, mirror guards, and our Leegal Contracts’ livery.

28th Sept 2023

We are recruiting!

UTILITY EXPERIENCED ASSISTANT / 2ND MAN – GRAB LORRY

We require experienced and certificated personnel to work alongside our grab operators to carry out deliveries, uplifts and all aspects of backfilling and reinstatement activities on utility projects across central Scotland.

Please confirm your interest by contacting Samantha on 0141 889 6223 or forward CV to samantha.gallagher@leegalcontracts.com

28th Aug 2023

A multi utility project currently being carried out in Glasgow.
Friday 25/08/2023 (12:00 noon).
Question – Can this 125m of track be backfilled, spoil removed and reinstated to class 2 specification by close of play on Sunday?
 
Sunday 27/08/2023 (17:00 hrs).
Answer – Of course it can!

27th July 2023

We certainly get around to some of the most beautiful spots in Scotland. Our guys completing some patch repair works on the Isle of Bute. Thankfully we managed to dodge the rain too!

7th July 2023

A multi utility project currently being carried out in Glasgow.

The scope of the works for Leegal Contracts Ltd is to provide a full reinstatement backup service to our Client consisting of material supplies, backfill, spoil removal and reinstatement to class 2 specification.

Tidy job guys!

4th July 2023

WE ARE RECRUITING – EXPERIENCED HOTBOX DRIVER (HGV).

We require an experienced and certificated Hotbox Driver to work as part of a team to carry out various reinstatement activities on utility projects across central Scotland.

Please confirm your interest by contacting Samantha on 0141 889 6223 or forward CV to samantha.gallagher@leegalcontracts.com
We are recruiting

30th June 2023

Huge congratulations to our longest serving employee, a true gentleman Mr Neil Cuthbertson who retires today after 15 years service with the company.
 
We would like to take this opportunity to thank Neil for his commitment, loyalty and service with the company and we sincerely wish him all the best for the future ahead. Good luck Neilly.

9th June 2023

This weather has certainly cheered up our surfacing crews over the last couple of weeks! Some photographs of a surfacing job carried out this week to footpaths in Renfrew. Job was completed within our specified timescales and to our client’s satisfaction.

2nd June 2023

A recent project carried out in High St, Glasgow after a major sewer repair. The job involved the restructuring and resurfacing of the existing carriageway which was completed using an asphalt surface course. Luckily the sun came out in time for the reinstatement of all road markings. Happy days!

11th April 2023

We are recruiting:
UTILITY EXPERIENCED ASSISTANT / 2ND MAN – GRAB LORRY
We require experienced and certificated personnel to work alongside our grab operators to carry out deliveries, uplifts and all aspects of backfilling and reinstatement activities on utility projects across central Scotland.
 
Please confirm your interest by contacting Samantha on 0141 889 6223 or forward CV to samantha.gallagher@leegalcontracts.com

6th April 2023

A recent project carried out in Bearsden over a period of 4 days. Around 700 metres of carriageway was planed out and resurfaced using 30/14 Asphalt. In addition 200 metres of footpath was reinstated to match the existing surface. Finally thermoplastic lining was applied to finish the project off. Happy days!

10th March 2023

Leegal Contracts Ltd are pleased to announce the acquisition of 2 new grab wagons.
They are currently being prepared by Kel-berg Trailers & Trucks Ltd with delivery to Scotland expected next week.

2nd March 2023

A recent project carried out in Rothesay on the beautiful Isle of Bute. The job involved the planing out of the existing carriageway junction, resurfacing using a bitumen enriched wearing course and luckily the sun came out during the reinstatement of all road markings.

21st February 2023

WE DIDNAE KNOW YOU DID THAT TOO!
Other services that you may not be aware that we carry out, underground concrete plinths, manholes, box building etc.

9th February 2023

Our guys packing up after completing some reinstatement works in North Queensferry. Great views of the Forth rail bridge (circa 1890), the first major structure in Britain to be made of steel.