KSD Recycling Plant, Birmingham
At KSD, our commitment to excellence spans over 3 decades. Strategically and conveniently located at the heart of the UK's motorway network, our organistation offers a wide range of services to meet virtually every client need.
Services including : Off site earthworks, the supply of recycled aggregates, tipper haulage contracts, grab hire, muck away, tipping, recycled aggregates, road planings tipper hire and reclamation and waste management.
KSD is a company with a plan to succeed. Since 1976, we have grown from a small, one man operation, into a multi-million pound contractor and a leading service provider within the UK construction industry.
This website is aimed at introducing the company's services and resources. The links provided allow easy navigation of the site and enable you to browse in more detail, the different aspects of our company's operations.
KSD was founded in 1976 by Chairman and CEO Paul Dosanjh, who laid the foundations for an organisation dedicated to quality and personalised service. Innovative thinking, combined with a solid hard work ethic and over 30 years experience in the construction industry has made the firm as successful as it is today.With an extensive fleet of vehicles including 50 eight wheel tipper lorries, KSD has established itself as one of the largest tipper haulage firms in the UK. Follow the link for more information on tipper hire
In addition to maintaining a solid grounding within the haulage industry, the company has continuously worked closely with civil engineering contractors, providing heavy plant machinery for excavations. Over the past 2 decades the company has taken on numerous large excavation and bulk haulage contracts, working on a number of high profile construction projects. For further information take a look at our past contracts.
KSD is also a key supplier of construction materials from stone to soils. In our early years the company provided services to local quarries, distributing stone to construction sites and removing and transporting construction waste. Waste construction and demolition materials are now taken to the company's recycling facility and produced into quality recycled aggregates that are then reused as materials within the construction industry.