The Owen Pugh name is familiar to many in the regional construction industry, most commonly associated with plant-hire, haulage and earthmoving. Over recent years the Group has grown both in size and scope and now offers a full-range civil engineering capability throughout the North-east of England.
From quarried and recycled aggregates to drain cleaning and surveys, from demolition to hard landscaping, from roads and bridges to land reclamation and remediation, the Owen Pugh Group has the experience and the resources to deliver on-time, on-budget and to the highest standards of quality.
Our core values include the maxim that whatever we do must be done well and we work hard, day in and day out to live up to that promise. This passion for quality, even during the hardest of times, has helped us to continue growing despite the pressures of recession and coupled with an unequivocal commitment to health and safety underpins our growth ambitions.
This website is intended to show you, our customer, the full range of what we do, and to help you understand something of who we are. We are ambitious, determined and passionate, passionate about our industry, about our region and about our customers. We hope this is reflected in this Website, and invite you to sample the services we have to offer at the earliest opportunity.
John Dickson Group Chairman
Owen Pugh’s first female trainee civil engineer scoops two prestigious awards
The Civil Engineering Contractors Association (North East) hopes their success in a traditionally male dominated ‘hard hats and wellies’ industry will encourage more young women to consider a career in the industry. Sarah Jopling scooped two awards – overall regional trainee of the year and most promising trainee civil engineer. The 22-year-old from Newby near [...]
New Coated Stone Plant
Design and Build of new Coated Stone Plant
Newburn Bridge Retaining Wall
Construction of a new recreational route to improve road safety
Spanish City Link Road
Owen Pugh Construction delivered Spanish City Link Road in partnership with North Tyneside Council