Civil Services


Specialising in ground works, Joule Brady is one of the few contractors to offer a full service package, from excavation to full reinstatement; and pride themselves on providing excellent service.

A full service package allows Joule Brady to take a pragmatic approach to all contracts and ensures that, from the outset, all elements are joined concisely to form a seamlessly efficient project.

“If you have control from the beginning, it is a lot easier to manage, in a proactive and efficient manner”. Managing Director, Joule Brady Ltd.

This ethos is core to the operation at Joule Brady. Precise project management is key to reducing costs to customers whilst increasing productivity and efficiency.

That’s not to say Joule Brady only provide a full service package, on the contrary, flexibility guarantees that they can assist in any part of a project – whether it be the installation of a PRV, or the surfacing of a trench.

However, many contractors have taken advantage of the full service package approach adopted by Joule Brady. Utilising this professional service means Joule Brady manage the project throughout – from method statement to road markings; increasing efficiency and reducing costs.

Joule Brady have a range of specialist equipment that provide for a whole spectrum of works; from pot-holes to re-surfacing repairs, road markings and muck away services to licenced waste tips.


Severn Trent Water have a longstanding working relationship with Joule Brady Limited, which spans over twelve years.  During that time Joule Brady have been involved on both the Waste and Water sides of the business, carrying out Civil Support Work and Groundworks along with Tarmacing.

The reason for the longevity of the relationship is the quality of the workmanship, the value for money and the dedication to do a ‘good job’ that Joule brad Operatives have.

I would be more than happy to recommend Joule Brady to any corporate entity.

Severn Trent Water Limited

We are exceptionally pleased with the work that you have so generously undertaken at the station, which has enabled us to complete – apart from a few tidy up jobs, the project which we took on over 2 years ago.

We have already had very positive remarks about it and hope that when the weather improves, it will become very popular with all the station users.

With grateful thanks

John H Brook, Chairman
Friends of Chapel Station