QUIN PLANT HIRE LTD was formed in 2008 initially as a property management company. Over the years it has gone from strength to strength. As the years past and opportunities arose it was decided to diversify into property maintenance, to compliment our property management service.
With a background in both construction and property and a love of diggers from a child, starting the plant hire division was a “no brainer”
I have been involved in both construction and property from a young age at management level and also on the ground.
I pride myself on a personalised quality service and my aim is to exceed my customers’ expectations. My workmanship is to the highest possible standard and we use only the best machines to make sure jobs are completed to a high standard.
I am SMSTS (Site Management Safety Training Scheme) certified. I carry the necessary public liability insurance and I am trained for the machines I drive.
So if your looking for operated plant hire in Telford or Shropshire, or even just a driver for your own machine, get in touch.
I look forward to hearing from you!
Heath, Safety & Insurance
Within QUIN PLANT HIRE LTD we place a great emphasis on the Health, Safety and Welfare of our direct employees, our subcontractors and others who may be affected by our work activities.
The key to Health & Safety lies within the continuous training and education of our work force, employing the right people for the right job. Each employee is individually assessed to establish their specific training requirements, and each employee will have a specific training programme to meet their needs. As a bare minimum all operatives are CSCS registered and all supervisors are SSSTS/SMSTS qualified.
In addition, We ensure that all our operations are carried out in accordance with our comprehensive safe systems of work, current legislation and best practices. Copies of all cards and certificates available on request.
We carry the necessary public liability insurance up to £2 million and all of our plant is insured to include working risks.
On my father's JCB 3C circa 1990
On my JCB 3CX in 2021