Kijlstra adds culverts to its production portfolio


A new mould at Kijlstra’s UK factory enables a larger range of culverts to be produced faster. Specialist precast concrete drainage manufacturer Kijlstra has responded to the industry’s demand for a larger range of standard culverts by investing in new moulds for its UK factory. The new moulds also allow for faster culvert production and… Read More

Kijlstra further expands UK sales team


Kijlstra appoints new sales engineer for the south east. Precast concrete drainage manufacturer Kijlstra has further expanded its sales team with the appointment of a sales engineer with 30 years’ experience in construction. Barry Routledge joins the company, which has its headquarters and factory in Somerset, to look after customers, particularly water authorities, and projects… Read More

Kijlstra goes with the flow


Specialist drainage systems manufacturer helps preserve a Victorian aqueduct. The Elan Valley Aqueduct (EVA) has been bringing water to the city of Birmingham for more than a century. The 119km-long aqueduct is one of the last great civil engineering achievements of the Victorian era. Opened in 1904 by Victoria’s son, King Edward VII, the aqueduct… Read More

Kijlstra takes Lego™-like concrete blocks to new heights


    A wall system with superior handling features is launched by the precast concrete specialist. A robust modular wall system that is almost as easy to build as the Lego bricks it mimics has been launched by precast concrete systems manufacturer Kijlstra. The Concrete Blok system now features two lifting anchors and two forklift… Read More

Kijlstra lends a helping hand to young people


Leading UK precast concrete drainage system manufacturer Kijlstra is putting its weight behind two charitable initiatives in 2017. It is sponsoring two diverse causes – the children’s ward at the Royal Lancaster Infirmary and the Ellesmere Port based Rivacre junior football teams – that nevertheless have young people and their locations in the north-west in… Read More

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