Harlaxton Engineering Services are delighted to announce they have been awarded the Constructionline Gold Accreditation – making them one of only a handful of companies in Lincolnshire to achieve this status.


This successful family run business which turned 21 this year, is going from strength to strength. Formed in 1998 by Richard Hibbert, it is now under the leadership of Lucy Hibbert, Richard’s daughter. Richard and Lucy have built a skilled team that are always willing to push the boundaries and redefine what is possible, and their 80 strong workforce provide a one stop shop for every aspect of multi utility delivery.


Constructionline only allows companies to become certified members once they have demonstrated that they meet a set of rigorous assessment criteria around governance, risk management and internal procedures and policies.  A Gold accreditation recognises the importance a company places on providing the highest standards of health and safety and their ongoing commitment to professionalism within the construction industry.


On being awarded the Gold accreditation Lucy said “We hope this gold award gives our business partners, clients and suppliers confidence in knowing that they are working with an organisation that takes environmental and quality management seriously.  Our ethos is to employ the best and most modern health and safety standards and work practices and is at the forefront of everything we do, whether that be conducting work on our site or carrying out work on customer sites”.


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About Harlaxton Engineering Services

Harlaxton Engineering Services are a family run business, formed in 1998 by Richard Hibbert, who, prior to starting the company, and had worked in complex technical utilities projects across the globe. The company offers a one stop shop for every aspect of multi utility delivery. From planning, design, supply, construction, connections, servicing and maintenance.  Clients range from small developers requiring a one off connection to large multi-national companies requiring a major strategic development.

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