At Mackoy, our work doesn't just happen below the surface – we also influence the way things look above ground. We help to bring a client's vision for their development to life by using a combination of soft and hard landscaping techniques, delivering the unique finishing touches that unite individual houses into one, inclusive community.
Our landscaping service covers everything, from installing pavilions and football pitches to planting trees on streets and paving public spaces. We can also create vibrant, recreational areas where children can play and adults can unwind, mere moments from their own front door.
The powerful dumpers, excavators and haulage HGVs we have in our fleet enable us to transform the look and feel of the sites we work on. We can turn disused land into beautifully manicured spaces that introduce warmth, personality and vibrancy into every new community we help to create.
Furthermore, we take responsibility for any waste we generate while undertaking our landscaping services, providing muckaway to dispose of excavated materials as well as cut and fill techniques, where possible, to alter a landscape's flow and elevation. We always ensure that the work we do is undertaken safely and with minimal environmental impact.
Our civil engineers use environmental and structural expertise to bring a building to life. Not only do they ensure a development project can be delivered on time and on budget, they also provide the complex calculations needed for a mechanically sound construction.
Roads are an integral part of keeping Britain moving, not only countrywide, but within local communities too. Our groundworkers help to connect new homes to their wider geographical location. Providing safe passage for people to get where they need to go.
Whether a client needs a basement or is developing a sloping site, the retaining walls created by our groundworkers help to contain soil in its place. This maintains the integrity of a structure and ensures that no amount of pressure or environmental impact compromises its stability.
The first step in any new development, our earthworks prepare the ground for excavation. This is done by stripping away the topsoil, clearing the site of vegetation, removing excess earth (muckaway) and leveling out any unevenness (cut and fill) to make way for groundbreaking to begin.