Central Alliance ‘On the Ball’ as Rugby Star Opens New Site Services and Plant Depot
Jason Robinson OBE, the English former dual-code international rugby player and try scorer in England’s 2003 England World Cup final victory against Australia, has added a celebratory ‘touch down’ to the opening Central Alliance’s new site services and plant depot, Central House which is located in Wakefield.
The former Wigan winger, who also famously helped the club to its 1994 World Club Challenge victory over Australian premiers, the Brisbane Broncos, cut the ribbon on the new site, which forms part of Central Alliance’s strategic growth plans.
Central Alliance, the UK’s leading provider of preconstruction services, has opened the new depot as part of the company’s continuous growth strategy which, in recent months, has seen the company invest in both plant and personnel; part of its approach to open new market sectors as well as consolidate its ‘one-stop-shop’ commitment to service delivery.
Pete Bevils, CEO of Central Alliance said: “This new depot is a significant investment for the company, which is expanding almost exponentially. Having Jason Robinson, a local to the area and keen supporter of local businesses, open the site gives the event the status and profile it deserves.”
The new depot covers some 15,000 square feet and includes an accompanying new office area, and will accommodate the company’s already vast geotechnical fleet, with enough capacity to future-proof plant additions.
Whilst Central Alliance’s new Depot is located in Normanton, its Head Office function remains in Wakefield.