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DEALS, MERGERS AND PARTNERSHIPS


Acquisition in the mix for Aggregate Industries


Construction materials supplier Aggregate Industries has acquired Maxi Readymix Concrete. The acquisition is in line with Aggregate Industries’


growth strategy and will allow the company to strengthen its market position within a region offering growth opportunities, and further develop its strong customer focus. Its CEO, Guy Edwards, said: “We have been very


impressed by Maxi Readymix Concrete’s team and are delighted to welcome them to the Aggregate Industries family.


“Utilising its experience in the construction sector


and its strong focus on customer service, we will be able to assist the business with its future growth plans, complementing our own existing activities.


“This acquisition will strengthen our position in


the Midlands market and will support our ambition of remaining the supplier of choice for our customers.” James Abraham, Director of Maxi


Readymix Concrete, added: “Since establishing the family-run company in 2014, we have always prided ourselves on being a truly reliable readymix concrete supplier. “We are confident that under the


ownership of Aggregate Industries this will continue and the business will further thrive.”


A growing portfolio mix for Aggregate Industries


Buckles acquires London-based firm


Top 200 law firm Buckles Solicitors has announced its acquisition of London-based Lyndales Solicitors. The acquisition propels the


firm up the ranking table, with a turnover of £12m+ and more than 90 lawyers. Buckles has offices in


Peterborough, London, Nottingham and Stamford and the acquisition of Lyndales reflects the award-winning firm’s recent emphasis on growth with a strong focus on the London market. Operating under the name


Buckles Lyndales, the existing London office has been joined by the Lyndales team. Buckles’ Chief Executive


Duncan Jackson said: “We are delighted to officially announce the acquisition of Lyndales. It is an established London firm and we are thrilled to merge our teams’ expertise to offer our clients an even wider range of legal expertise.”


32 business network November 2019 Famed building saves water


The world-famous Lloyd’s Building, in London’s main financial district, is the latest to reap the environmental benefits and cost savings of an innovative washroom water conservation system developed by Derby-based Hygiene Services Group (HSG). The 14-storey Grade I listed building is home to the iconic Lloyd’s of London insurance institution.


‘Water usage has dramatically improved and our environmental credentials have increased’


It is sometimes known as the inside-out building due


to its radical architecture, in which services such as ducts and lifts are located on the exterior to maximise interior space. Washroom blockages, odours and high water usage have however been an issue and Lloyd’s


Corporate Real Estate team called in HSG in a bid to find a solution. HSG installed 129 Ureco units and 53 Uretech water managers across the site. Recognised last year with a Queen’s Award for


Enterprise in Innovation, Ureco has been designed to reduce the amount of water flushing through washroom urinals to just four flushes per day. By adopting the system, Lloyd’s of London now uses


27,429 fewer litres of water a day, equating to a saving of 7.1 million litres of water every year. This will save the organisation nearly £15,000 a year in utility bills and reduce its annual carbon footprint by 7.5 tonnes of CO². Ian Arthurs, Technical Services Manager of Corporate


Real Estate at Lloyd’s of London, said: “I had already seen the benefits Ureco at another major venue and was keen to replicate the improvements here. Water usage has dramatically improved and our environmental credentials have increased.”


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