About us

Delivering dedication, achieving excellence.

Chartrange commenced trading in 1968 from a central Manchester location. Its aim in those early years was to service the construction industry in bulk excavation and disposal requirements. Building on our bulk earthworks heritage, we quickly expanded, and as a result, diversified into the fields of Quarrying and Landfill. This expansion prompted the move to larger premises from which the business now operates.

EarthworksThe Dukinfield Head Office comprises, offices, stores and workshops. The Quarrying and Recycling element of the Company includes tracked crushers in addition to screening and stockpiling equipment, to produce a full range of recycled aggregates for the construction industry.

Utilising our fleet of screens/crushers plus other operated plant and through our partnership arrangements with organisations such as Lafarge, we can offer substantial savings to our clients for disposal off-site or surplus materials and importation of recycled aggregates. All recycled materials are supplied with the relevant accreditation documentation and certificates.

EarthworksUndertaking Remediation, Groundworks, Drainage, Hard Landscaping, Demolition and Earthworks; we offer clients the complete solution, providing cost-effective, efficiently achieved springboards into above ground construction.

We are totally committed to the safety of our people, your people and the environment and we do it with our people, our resources and our professionalism.

For further information about the Chartrange Group and the services we offer, please call 0161 339 4949 or email info@chartrangeltd.co.uk Alternatively you can download our brochure by clicking here

Memberships & accreditations

CHASSafe Contractor ApprovedAchillesMember of British Safety CouncilBuilding ConfidenceWCS
Latest Projects

Terrain Modelling

Chartrange has for a long time been able to provide 2D rendering of projects. We have recently invested in the latest software by LISCAD and so our topographical surveys are displayed in 3D…

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