Our History

Innovating steel since 1998, we have brought steel to life for over 20 years

We can trace our origins back to 1983 when the company started by machining high quality precision steel engineering components and assemblies in a workshop in Devon. Continued expansion lead to where we can now be found in our facility in Westbury, Wiltshire. We now pride ourselves on being one of the largest steelwork fabrication facilities in the region, whilst still remaining privately owned by the same family who started the company over 20 years ago.


Reducing our impact on the environment is a key part of our company ethos

We work hard to minimise the impact that our operating activities have on the environment and our environmental management system has been certified to ISO 14001:2015. We understand that our business has a local, regional and global impact and try to prevent waste and pollution whenever possible. We encourage sustainably manufacturing by reducing, re-using and recycling whenever possible and are continually striving to use less energy resources and reduce waste in all our activities.


Quality & Certification

We work with a broad range of organisations to ensure the continued quality of our work

Our reputation has been built on the quality of our work. Meeting client requirements in an efficient and cost effective manner has resulted in the development and implementation of rigorous quality processes and procedures. Our quality management system has been certified to ISO 9001:2015. We have two on-site Responsible Welding Co-Ordinator (RWC) who ensures that our continuous excellence in fabrication and welding is maintained. We can provide CE marking on our manufactured items up to execution class 4 and offer full quality documentation including weld maps, manufacturing and material traceability.

Health & Safety

Our main priority is the welfare of all our staff and the environment they work in

Providing a healthy and safe environment is a fundamental aspect of our business and is given a high priority. We strive to create an incident and injury free working environment, by continually monitoring and viewing our safety practices and reduce risk whenever possible. We encourage all staff to participate in the improvement of their working methods and environment. Detailed records of health and safety checks, investigations and audits are used to assess our performance and guide continual improvement. We are currently working towards a formal accreditation of our health and safety management system.