A bold step forward for our Plant & Transport division, in September 2019 we will be taking reciept of two brand new Grab Wagons, we are looking forward to this helping us become more diverse within our Transport Department. For more information of what our Grab Wagons will be invloved in and are capable of, please our NEW FOR 2019 page.
We would like to wish Leigh Wood a HUGE congratulations on his fight for the Commonwealth Featherweight Title on Friday, (10th May), at Nottingham Arena. Leigh won with a KO in the 10th round, we are so pleased for you Leigh and very proud. On to the next one #bringiton #hesoneofoourown #WELLDONELEIGH
The day is finally here, 10th May 2019, Wood V Doyle, in their battle for the Commonwealth Featherweight Title, we will be there supporting you all the way, from all at Oakfield Construction – Good Luck – LETS DO THIS!
We would like to wish Bob Charlton a long and happy retirement. Thanking you for 3 years service of a job well done at Oakfield Recycling Ltd All the best from Oakfield Construction ?
The big day is fast aproaching! and we are stepping up the game in our fundraising efforts, bake sale taking place in Oakfield HQ in aid of Children with Cancer UK.
Team Oakfield have successfully secured charity places with Children with Cancer UK in the London Marathon 2019 (our first ever marathon!) and our aim is to raise £7,500 for this deserving charity.
Talor and Kelsey are running for Macmillan- Link: https://uk.virginmoneygiving.com/Team/LONDONMARATHONFIRSTTIMERS.
But we’ll all be running the course together on the 29th April!
day 12 families in the UK receive the devastating news that their child
has cancer. We want to run the 26.2 mile race both to honour the
bravery of the thousands of children in the face of the cruellest of
illnesses and to support the vital research into the causes and
treatment of cancer that Children with Cancer UK provide.
stepped up a gear in the new year with plenty of long and lonely runs.
While the training is tough, it is such a fantastic opportunity to raise
lots of money!! We’ll put ourselves through the pain and (seemingly
never ending) training plan if you can support us with our fundraising
goals (every penny seriously counts). We’ll keep you updated with our
training and fundraising ideas as we look forward and prepare for the
So please all rattle your pockets and spare any donations you can to help another child ring the end of treatment bell!
Our ultimate motivation is that if a child can go through multiple rounds of chemotherapy, then we can run a marathon.
Thank you for your donations, little or large, we really are hugely appreciative!!!
Joanne, India and Mark
We are pleased to announce we are now part of the Considerate Constructors scheme.
The construction industry has a huge impact on all our lives, with most construction work taking place in sensitive locations. If all construction sites and companies presented an image of competent management, efficiency, awareness of environmental issues and above all neighbourliness, then they would become a positive advertisement, not just for themselves but for the industry as a whole.
The Code of Considerate Practice commits those sites, companies and
suppliers registered with the Scheme to care about appearance, respect
the community, protect the environment, secure everyone’s safety and
value their workforce.
Great to see Leigh Wood & his new belt, today at the Oakfield Construction
Office. As you can see, proud as punch! Congratulations Leigh – “in
clinching the Commonweath featherweight title with a two-round
demolition of Abraham Bonsu.”
*Insert taken from a great article from the nottingham post, well worth a read.
Trent Bridge is considered to be one of the best grounds in the
world to watch cricket. Trent Bridge’s pavilion, has kept within the
architectural parameters of its 1889 foundation and is regarded one of
the most renowned trademarks of cricket, not only for its famous façade,
its wicket faces at an angle.
Oakfield Surveys have been tasked
to carry out a full elevation and internal survey so that a feasibility
study can be carried out on this iconic stand.
James Turner and Kieron Shelton both felt extremely privileged to have an access all areas pass to this shrine of cricket, walking the corridors and to sit on the players terrace where legends of the game, Harold Larwood, Bill Voce, Ian Botham, Shane Warne to name but a few have cheered their team on.
Great article in Thompson’s Magazine regarding our Loadmaster Bodied Scania XT’s ?? ‘Making a mark around the East Midlands’