Milton Precast support Keyline Rally 2017

Noel Partington from Milton Precast and Mark Meekings from the CPM Group are helping to raise funds and the profile for the Prostate Cancer UK (PCUK) charity.

The Keyline Rally 2017 starts from Northampton this morning, heading towards Portsmouth and the overnight ferry to Santander, where they will travel to San Sebastian, before heading on to Andorra, Narbonne and Le Mans before returing to the UK via Calais.

Our adventurers are driving an MX5 convertible which Noel can only drive with the top down, due to his height.

Please give them a wave if you see them and if you would like to donate to this worthy charity please visit



Estimator/Surveyor wanted at Milton Precast

We are seeking an Estimator/Surveyor to join our busy Sittingbourne Office, who will be responsible for looking at initial enquires and providing our box culvert sales team with the estimated costs to fulfil the client's needs.  Additionally you will assist with drainage take-offs and bespoke solutions for the CPM Group.

You will also be given the opportunity to learn and produce designs for drainage products and systems using software as AutoCAD/SolidWorks/Tekla if you wish to pursue this and become a versatile addition to the team.

Assistance and training will be provided where necessary.

Essential Skills

Good knowledge of spreadsheets

Ability to read Technical Drawings and Specifications

Building or Civil Engineering experience

Desirable Skills

2D CAD knowledge of AutoCAD

3D CAD knowledge of SolidWorks/Trimble (AKA Tekla Structures)


Minimum ONC qualified in perferably Civil Engineering/Quantity Surveying however any building related subject would be considered

This is an excellent opportunity for an enthusiastic individual to gain experience in a growing market sector.  A competitive salary dependant on experience and qualificiations is offered.

In the first instance please forward your CV to:  The Technical Director, CPM Group Ltd, CPM House, Heathmill Road, Wombourne, WV5 8AP

No agencies please




Milton Precast go all out for the Kent Hospice

Staff and customers of Milton Precast joined 60 teams in the 'It's a Knockout' charity event on Sunday 15th May at Mote Park in Maidstone in aid of the Heart of Kent Hospice.

The Heart of Kent Hospice is based in Aylesford and offers specialist end of life care for people facing the challenge of a life-limiting illness and support for their families.  With these services costing over £4m each year to run, it depends on the £3m a year that is raised from charity events.

Milton Precast would like to thank everyone who has sponsored and supported them in raising around £1000.00 for such a great cause. 

Photographed are Sharon Davidson - Milton Precast, Carl McIvor - Kent Police, Helen McIvor - Milton Precast, Lev Weekes - MCCH Ltd, Jane Woolston - Milton Precast, Kev Simms - Milton Precast, Matt Davidson - Scott Parnell, Ian Allwright - Scott Parnell, George Woollard - Scott Parnell and Martin Shilling - Keyline (Northfleet).



Specification Sales Manager required by CPSA

The Concrete Pipeline Systems Association (CPSA) is building on a period of industry growth and is now recruiting a Specification Sales Manager.  Salary upto £45k, plus call allowance.

For more information about the role and how to apply please visit


Milton on the move

Milton Precast has moved into their swish new offices following the reorganisation of the business.

The newly built offices at Church Marsh, off Gas Road in Sittingbourne is now home to the Drainage sales and administration team whose responsibilities include precast concrete manholes, pipes and box culverts.

Milton Precast is a member of the Concrete Pipeline Systems Association (CPSA), the Box Culvert Association (BCA) and British Precast Concrete Federation (BPCF).

Lllandudno Railway Station

Lllandudno Railway Station

Milton Precast has supplied L Shape retaining walls to Network Rail’s Llandudno Railway Station in North Wales

The station, which is used by approximately 270,000 passengers each year, was built in 1892 and had become run down and partly derelict, however the £5million refurbishment will see a new frontage, ticket office, improved bus facilities and a 50 space car park being added to the station.

The project was funded by The Department of Transport, The Welsh Government and the European Regional Development Fund.

Transport Minister Carl Sargeant said: “The upgrade of Llandudno station is the first in a number of station improvements that the Welsh Government is supporting as we strive to make rail travel move comfortable and attractive to the public”.

Nottingham Tramways

Nottingham Tramways

When Milton Precast started the Nottingham Tramways project in December 2012, they were aware that the project would include 17.5km of new track and 28 new tram stops so wasn’t going to be a small order. Initially four different sizes of box culverts were to be manufactured: MC18.12 (102no), MC24.12 (169no), MC24.15 (224no) and MC36.15 (59no) all with dished invert internal profiles and many special units required throughout the runs.

Construction work was being undertaken by Taylor Woodrow and Alstom, in a joint venture on behalf of Tramlink Nottingham and due to the customer requirements the box culverts were made using timber extensions covered with 6mm steel plates to take the rigours of double casting four units per day.

Once completed, the tram network will consist of 51 tram stops, with the two new lines linking directly to Line One at Nottingham Station. The expanded tram network will visit 7 park and ride sites, providing service to approximately 23 million passengers a year.

Tel: (01795) 425191
Fax: (01795) 420360

Milton Pipes Limited, Milton Regis, Sittingbourne, Kent. ME10 2QF