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Ready Mix Concrete


Looking to acquire ready mix concrete as quickly as possible? When ordering ready mix concrete from Wright Minimix, you can be confident that we will get concrete to you in a fast and efficient manner.  Where possible, we also offer a same day delivery service, as we appreciate that your projects rely on a fast dispatch of concrete.

We understand that not all specifications of ready mix concrete are the same and all the concrete mixes we supply are produced to your own bespoke specification. Whether you know exactly what you are looking for or you have used our handy cement volume calculator to calculate how much ready-mix concrete that you need, or perhaps you simply need to speak with one of our concrete specialists who can guide you through the process and help calculate how much ready-mix concrete that you require.

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Types of ready mix concrete


No matter what project you are working on, we will have the right kind of ready mix concrete for you. We can provide prescribed mixes, designated mixes and standardised prescribed concrete mixes, all to British Standards (BS8500-2)

We offer a full guarantee on all our mixes of ready mix concrete and our aim is to save you money (as you will only pay for what you actually need) whilst providing you with the very best quality ready mix concrete for your building needs.

What can you use your ready mix concrete for?


Our ready mix concrete can be used for a multitude of purposes, this can include: house building, home extensions, conservatories, basement conversions, paths and pathing, drainage and fencing, external paving and walkways as well as industrial and agricultural applications.

Wright MiniMix - Ready Mix Concrete

Wright MiniMix - Ready Mix Concrete

Benefits of ready mix concrete


Ready mix concrete (also known as RMC) is essentially concrete that is specifically made for delivery from a central plant. Each individual batch of ready-made concrete is completely bespoke and is custom-made based on the clients’ requirements. 

There are several benefits of utilising ready-mix concrete and these include:

Using ready mix concrete significantly reduces costs as it curtails material consumption and storage costs too. It also eliminates the need to have a labourer on site to mix the cement on site too.

All batches of ready mix concrete are accurately measured, therefore there is no wastage which is also beneficial for reducing expenses.

Using ready mix concrete also reduces the need for onsite storage which is more cost effective and is also is more convenient too.

You can feel confident that you will receive a high-quality concrete product by using ready mix concrete.  The quality of RMC is always maintained as you are working to specific requirements.

You may be surprised to know that ready mix concrete is very eco-friendly! If we consider that the core ingredients of concrete are cement, water and aggregate, that are in abundant supply and don’t have as greater impact on the environment (whilst being extracted) 

As the batches of ready mix concrete are all custom made, there is little or no wastage and any surplus materials can be easily reclaimed and refurbished back to their natural condition with leftover ready mix concrete being readily reused or recycled.

We are the right people for you – let’s work together!
Contact us on 0117 958 2090 today to get a quote or to find out more.

Wright MiniMix celebrate a win at their annual golf day
13th October 2017

The Wright MiniMix team has returned from our annual golf day triumphant, with a win against Bristol & Bath Concrete.

Following the success of last year’s golf day, over fifty of our clients, contacts and friends joined us at the superb course at The Kendleshire golf course and country club in Bristol, one of the county’s premier golfing locations.

This exciting event took place to celebrate the 20th anniversary of Wright MiniMix – one of the leading providers of ready mix concrete, liquid screed and concrete pumping in the south west of England and Wales. In fact, some of Wright MiniMix’s concrete pumps (including the UK’s largest concrete pump) also made an appearance, much to the delight of those in attendance.

In true competitive spirit, the team - led by MD Len, took to the course to play 18 holes of golf. Whilst Bristol & Bath made an excellent effort, the Wright MiniMix team were the stronger team on the day and took home the coveted trophy.

Len said, “We are delighted to have reached such a significant milestone with Wright MiniMix and what better way than to spend it on the golf course, playing in an exciting tournament against our friends at Bristol & Bath Concrete”

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We are hiring - Join Team Wright MiniMix!
11th October 2017

Due to future expansion, we require an Operations Manager to join our team. Experience with ready mixed concrete production and block manufacturing or similar related products is essential.

The candidate should be prepared to build on an established team, whilst improving both environmental and health & safety awareness. You will need to have a strong understanding of transport regulations and ideally be a CPC holder.

In addition, you will need to fully understand BSI compliance and support our concrete pumping division.

Mostly, you must be able to build a commercially beneficial team to maintain the growth that the company expects.

Please forward your CV to the M.D Len Wright along with salary expectations via email:


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Why concrete is the best material for stunning architecture
02nd October 2017

From monumental museums to striking structures, our durable concrete friend always delivers a solid performance when it comes to architecture.

We all know the practical benefits of using concrete when building, but you may be surprised to realise that sometimes the most striking and unusual buildings are made of concrete.

Could you name the world’s first renowned concrete structure? If you guessed the iconic dome of the Pantheon in Rome which was completed in AD128, you are right! Despite its age, the Pantheon is still breath-taking in every which way. Roman concrete was based on a hydraulic-setting cement and was known for its durability (which was helped further by the incorporation of volcanic ash)

If iconic is the name of the game, then the Sydney Opera House surely must be awarded the same honour? The Opera House which was built in 1973 is certainly one of the most notable examples of modern expressionist architecture. 
Architects are continuing to use concrete to create works of art that are talked about all over the world. For example, if we look at the National Museum of Brazil, you will see Oscar Niemeyer’s architectural creation that resembles a planet embedded in the ground, with the other half of the sphere created by a reflection in an adjacent pool.

Spanish architect Santiago Calatrava’s auditorium in the Canary Islands creates an arresting figure against the Atlantic Ocean. Inside, a performance space is enclosed by abstract curving forms.

Other notable concrete buildings include:

Fallingwater in Fayette County, Pennsylvania. This house has been escalated into a national historic landmark thanks to its use of an adventurous cantilever design using reinforced concrete.

The Lotus Temple in Delhi whose design was inspired by the lotus flower which features a concrete dome covered by 27 petals made of white marble. 

With the worldwide readymix concrete market being valued at £127bn per year, concrete is worth more than all other buildings materials put together.

With concrete having an increasingly popular presence in internal and external architecture, there has never been a better time to take advantage of this incredible material. Concrete is a contemporary, minimalist and trendy way to construct buildings and more and more architects are looking to take advantage of this. Whilst the benefits of concrete are clear, these amazing buildings demonstrate that concrete structures can be beautiful as well as utilitarian.

For more information about our ready mix concrete, concrete pumping services and concrete mixes, contact our team today on 0117 958 2090.


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What is the difference between liquid screed and concrete?
18th September 2017

Whilst both concrete and liquid screed do contain some of the same properties, there are tangible differences between them and how they are used.

Concrete is used for a wide range of projects such as the construction of buildings, laying house foundations, path and driveways, flooring (both commercial, residential and industrial) and more. Concrete is a relatively cheap material and is incredibly durable with few maintenance requirements. 

Screed is used as a final layer for flooring, it is laid to prepare the installation of a floor covering such as carpet, timber or tiling. There are typically five distinct types of screed flooring but at Wright MiniMix, we have developed our own version of liquid screed – our Wrightflow Screed. Liquid screed is fast becoming an industry standard in floor screeding. Some people refer to liquid screed as ‘self-levelling screed’ too.

Thanks to our extensive knowledge and experience within the concreting and liquid screed industry, we developed our liquid screed after an in-depth development and vigorous testing process. Our aim was to ensure that it met the specific needs of our customers and to produce a high-quality product.

Our liquid screed is self-compacting and removes the need to have the floor sealed prior to laying. The liquid screed is installed over underfloor heating pipes and insulation and the screed actively conducts the heat evenly across the entire floor surface. One of the main benefits of liquid screed is that it helps retain the heat for longer. Our Wrightflow liquid screed covers the pipework completely and eliminates any potential gaps of air that could prevent the heat from rising. 

It is important to ensure that you allow a sufficient drying time when laying liquid screed, otherwise cracking may occur.

Similarly to concrete, our liquid screed contains blended cement, water, sand, limestone, dust as well as more unique materials such as anti-crack fibres, super plasticiser and an anti-shrink agent.

The installation of liquid screed can be less labour intensive over other screed flooring solutions and by using our own liquid screed can increase the thermal efficiency of your building which will be more efficient both in terms of money and energy consumption too.

Liquid screed doesn’t require the same depth as other mixes of floor screed and this means that you have a significant reduction in both weight and drying time too!

Aesthetically, you can usually tell the difference between concrete and liquid screed by how it looks. Concrete has a rougher texture and liquid screed has more of a smoother finish. Liquid screed is traditionally only used as a finishing layer on internal floors whereas concrete can be used for both internal and external flooring. 

For more information about our ready mix concrete, concrete pumping services and concrete mixes, contact our team today on 0117 958 2090.


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