Ready mix concrete case study

Ready Mixed Concrete Ltd v Minister of Pensions [1968] 2 QB 497. Definition of an employee under a ‘contract of service’. Facts. A driver contracted with a mixed concrete company for the delivery of concrete. The contract declared him an “independent contractor” and set out wages and expenses.


 · How Rapid Readymix Produced Strong and Attractive White Concrete for Blu-3. To ensure that Blu-3 received white concrete that met their requirements, we conducted multiple tests and trials over a number of months. White concrete was a new material for Rapid Readymix, so we spent time experimenting with the mix to get it just right for Blu-3.

Ready Mixed Concrete (South East) Ltd v Minister of Pensions and National Insurance [1968] 2 QB 497 is a UK labour law case concerning the definition of a contract of service, rather than a contract for services. The distinction is important because many employment law rights under the Employment Rights Act 1996 require that a claimant has "employee" status under s 230.

view case study Des Plaines Alleyways: Filtercrete™ Pervious Concrete Des Plaines Alleyways | Filtercrete™ Pervious Concrete Approximately seven years ago, due to the proximity to the Des Plaines River, the City of Des Plaines was in need of alleyways that could handle the excess stormwater to fight flooding, without causing added issues due to freezing in the winter months.


 · A ready mix concrete plant is a permanent installation with mechanical handling for the storage, proportioning & mixing of materials. The location, size of the plant & layout are governed by a number of considerations, depending upon local conditions which require careful study before the design and construction of the plant are undertaken.