We are the Pioneers of the temporary access industry. We design solutions using our 250km of trakway and 200km of barriers and fencing. Organised by 350 experts, we promise to deliver a quality product and service, on time, every time and at a fair price.
As the World’s leading supplier of temporary access solutions, Live has the widest range of products available on the market, available nationwide from our network of Service Centres.
Our range includes trakway, fencing, barriers, bridges, gantries, grandstands and seating, together with a range of value added products available through our partners. We invest multi-million pounds each year in new product development to ensure that our customers have access to the best equipment available, together with the widest choice.
Live offer their clients a fully serviced package ensuring that projects are handled professionally from the initial phone call through to the completion of the contract. Employing teams of specialist installation crews and experienced project managers, your requirements are in safe hands.
At Live and A-Plant, we are firmly committed to ‘Delivering Service Excellence’ and we believe that every member of the team has a crucial part to play in delivering exceptional customer service.
Health and Safety
We are setting the Safety Standard
Live and A-Plant pride themselves on having the most robust and intrinsically developed quality and safety management system in the industry. We are the first national rental company in Europe to achieve complete certification to ISO 9001:2008, ISO 14001:2004, ISO 20121: 2012 and OHSAS 18001:2007 standard, which means our customers can have complete confidence in our ongoing commitment to improving quality and health and safety.
A-Plant, the UK’s leading equipment rental company and part of FTSE 100 company Ashtead Group plc has become an accredited Real Living Wage (RLW) employer. This will lead to salary increases for over 700 employees across the A-Plant business.
The recent Olympics Cycling Road Race started under a blue sky at Copacabana Beach – an idyllic setting by anyone’s imagination - but both men’s and women’s races became crash-marred events and the safety of the circuit’s set-up came up for some serious discussion.