We are a family run company with over 30 years’ experience in the construction industry. All our staff are like family and we believe that our reputation is what keeps us working and makes us one of the top companies in the industry.
We have invested £1 million into upgrading our fleet of 8 wheel 32 ton tippers. We have 14 lorries, all with the most up to date specifications: 4-way recording systems, bike friendly with sensor systems that are Crossrail and TFL compliant.
H&H Haulage are committed to continually improving levels of quality and has procedures in place to ensure this is achieved. The company operates a Quality Management System which complies with the requirements of ISO 9001. The QMS is formally reviewed annually. The company has been approved by the rail supplier, RISQS, with product groups for: fly tipping removal, waste disposal, recycling, road haulage and rail clearance. The company also holds accreditation for CHAS and CLOCS and in 2017 achieved FORS Gold.
With increasing emphasis on health and safety at work in recent years, particularly in construction, H&H Haulage have responded by ensuring we carry out regular briefings to staff to communicate the importance of awareness of health and safety issues to all levels within the company. The company has various policies related to safety and quality, including Health & Safety, Drugs and alcohol, Hours Worked, refusal to Work, Quality and environmental Policy Statements. These policies are formally reviewed annually. We employ the services of an external consultancy to ensure we are kept up to date with current legislation.
Our projects have included Crossrail, Wembley Stadium, Westfield shopping centre, the extension to the lane widening of the M1 junction 6 – 10. We also played a major part in the widening of the M25 project junctions 16 – 22 and 6 – 8, with our lorries working 24 hours a day. We have worked on the Buncefield Oil Depot rejuvenation. One of our largest projects to date has been our recent work for Bovis Homes at Milton Keynes and Apsley.