The purchase of the new machinery follows on from the appointment of two new senior stabilisation managers at the end of 2018.
The Wirtgen 250i, which has already entered service with Mick George Ltd on a project at the National Trusts Wimpole Estate, Cambridgeshire, UK, is said to offer cost-efficiency, technical sophistication, optimised control systems and the ability to confront the most difficult terrains.
With the addition of the ‘S Pack' it has the advanced capability to spread binding agent without generating clouds of dusts, thus lowering emission levels, permitting Mick George Ltd to tackle those environments where strict emission standards exist.
Michael George, MD of Mick George Ltd, commented: "To maintain the exceptionally high standards that we set, we recognise the importance in continuously investing right across the business; in personnel, sites, vehicles and equipment.
"The construction industry is ever evolving, with stabilisation and remediation solutions more frequently utilised in many developments. The new machine allows us to extend our offering and ensure we're providing the same high quality that we do with all our earthworks provisions.''