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Tarmac Case Studies

How roles and functions contribute to competitive advantage

A Nottingham County Surveyor, Edgar Purnell Hooley, discovered tarmac by accident in the early 20th century. He found a barrel of tar had spilled...

How roles and functions contribute to organisational performance

A Nottingham County Surveyor, Edgar Purnell Hooley, discovered tarmac by accident in the early 20th century. He found a barrel of tar had spilled...

Tarmacs functions working together towards its mission statement

Tarmac was formed in 1903 as TarMacadam Syndicate Limited. The original name came from the developer of the modern road construction system John MacAdam....

Developing a human resource strategy

Tarmac was established in 1903 and is the UK's leading supplier of building materials and aggregates to the building industry. Tarmac is most often associated with...

Competitive advantage through diversity

In 1901 county surveyor Thomas Hooley noticed a fallen barrel of tar that had split open in the road. The mess had been covered...

Meeting the challenge

Governments markets are made up of the spending of National and Local governments. Each year the government spends billions of pounds on a range...

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