Bill started Scarborough as Batcher in 1991. He then had a couple of years as a Relief Batcher in North Yorkshire and from then had a couple of years of being a Mister Readymix which included looking after the ops, tech, and sales predominantly within the farming community. He also looked after mixer truck logistics as Supervisor and 5 concrete Plants.
Project Rock required a role change for Bill so he set about achieving a CPC in transport and became Transport Manager for Readymix Aggregates and Concrete in North Yorkshire. The CEMEX take-over required another role change and Bill was about take up on CEMEX Way project until Dave Gordon had in his words, “a cunning plan”, and that’s when Bill became Ops Supervisor in Teeside covering 5 Plants which grew quickly to 11 Plants, and even quicker to 22 Plants. This gradually reduced to 15 concrete Plants and one bespoke mortar Plant, which is his current position as Operations Supervisor for Cluster 3 of which he is very proud.
Bill will say that he loves every challenge thrown at him. He is currently off work recovering from cancer which is going very well, and he would like to thank everyone for their good wishes and support through this current challenge. And Bill, being Bill, will never give up and WILL be back amongst the fray in the forth coming months – he cannot wait.