Read the January 2012 edition of Construct

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Casey Withdraws From Plant Sales

P&C Casey Limited has decided to withdraw from the plant sales market and concentrate on hire and service through its subsidiary, P Casey (Plant Hire) Limited.

Sarah Bell & Philip Duffy, Partners at MCR were appointed Joint Administrators of P Casey (Plant Sales) Limited (“the Company”) on 14th December 2011.

The business ceased trading on 30 November 2011. The appointment was part of a restructuring within the P&C Casey Group and all other businesses in the Group.

Sister group, “The Casey Group Limited and subsidiaries”, is unaffected by the appointment of Administrators over the Company and remains profitable.

Chris Casey, Managing Director of the P&C Casey group comments: “Plant Sales has been loss making over a number of years and the Group has funded these losses whilst endeavouring to turn the business around. Due to the much publicised downturn in the economy, P&C Casey Limited could no longer continue to support this part of the business.”

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Read the November 2011 edition of Construct

Read the November editions of construct, the Casey newsletter, here

HRH The Duke of Gloucester Opens Casey Head Office

casey1On 17th November, His Royal Highness The Duke of Gloucester KG GCVO officially opened the new offices of The Casey Companies in Rochdale.

Prince Richard, Duke of Gloucester, is the youngest grandson of King George V and Queen Mary.  He practised architecture as a partner of a London firm until he commenced royal duties on behalf of his cousin, Queen Elizabeth II, in 1972.

The Duke has remained particularly interested in architecture and conservation.  He became a corporate member of the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) in 1972, and serves as a commissioner of the Historic Building and Monuments Commission for England (English Heritage).

Peter Casey, company Chairman, said, “We are very proud of our new office building and it is an honour that His Royal Highness, The Duke of Gloucester, is here to celebrate it with our staff and our guests.  The building illustrates how far the company has come over the years and, with his experience, it is particularly fitting that it is The Duke performing our opening ceremony“.

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Read the Sept 2011 edition of Construct

Read the September edition of the Casey newsletter, construct.

Features in this issue include:  New soil treatment facility at Beal Valley; New Holland CE Grand Prix; Major award nomination for Shiregreen Streetscene; OHSAS 18001 accreditation for Casey


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