Gavigan Paving began trading in 1997, having had over 18 years of experience in the industry.
Their core service has always been paving contractors, but have expanded into other areas and can now provide services such as plant hire, concrete, grab hire, drainage works, ducting works & asphalt works. They also have an in house engineer to oversee all sizes of projects.
Gavigan Paving have expanded their supply chain in recent years so that they can provide an excellent service over all of London & the Home Counties and are constantly improving & investing in the latest technology & equipment.
The latest additions to their vehicle fleet include 10 Fiat Ducato vans, purchased from HTC Van Centre in Belvedere in Kent.
As part of this investment for the future these vehicles have been specified with additional safety features that include, nearside sensors and camera to protect venerable road users, a forward facing recording camera, a reversing camera, and sensors as well as meeting full chapter 8 compliancy to protect both other road users and staff.
It’s not all about safety, Gavigan Paving are also doing their part for the environment with vehicles will help to achieve their FORs silver or even Gold accreditation in the near future, and the fact that they are cleaner and greener than their older fleet which we have disposed of, they will assist in meeting emission targets set by Transport for London for both now and into the future.
All ten vehicles have gone straight into service most within our Hounslow Highways work, where we are working alongside Hounslow Highways helping to improve the roads and footpaths across the borough and Improve the local environment which is a priority for us.
Justin Seal, Sales Director for HTC Van Centre said “Of course we’re thrilled that Gavigan Paving chose us to refresh their fleet. The Fiat product is an industry leader as well as looking so smart”. He added “we look forward to a long and successful partnership with this business and am confident the return on investment will see them coming back for more”.