Chris Bradbury is the new Plant manager at Tarmac’s Dunbar cement plant in East Lothian. Dunbar, which is Scotland’s only cement manufacturing site, employs 140 people and plays an important role in the supply of cement to the construction industry in Scotland.
Chris, who previously worked at Tarmac’s Tunstead plant in Derbyshire, began working in the cement industry as an apprentice in 1994 and has held many roles at plants both in the UK and in Nigeria and the Philippines.
He said: “I am looking forward to leading the team here at Dunbar and continuing to improve how the plant delivers for its customers, employees and the local community. At Tarmac, we have a strong track record in supporting local projects and I am keen for Tarmac Dunbar to continue to get involved where we can.”
Dunbar cement has been used in many major projects around Scotland such as the Glasgow Riverside Campus, the Albert & Victoria Museum in Dundee and the ongoing Aberdeen Western Peripheral Route. Tarmac’s packed cement products can be found in most major builder’s merchants and DIY outlets across the country.
Image: Chris Bradbury, the new plant manager at Tarmac’s Dunbar cement plant