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Steel Building Projects - Recently Completed

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Cliff Lift Bridge – Shanklin, I.O.W – 8445

Cliff Lift Bridge - Shanklin I.O.W The original Cliff lift was constructed around 1891 to service the expanding tourist trade to the shanklin beach and chine areas, shortcutting the lengthy cliff top or zig zag walks. The hydraulic lift carried passengers from the cliff top to the esplanade some 45 metres below. The lift [...]

High Bay Workshop – Hawarden – 8402

High Bay Workshop - Hawarden Reidsteel are currently erecting this 60m long by 25m wide workshop building for a Client located in the north west of England. This High Bay workshop is designed to accommodate two electric overhead travelling cranes, each with a SWL capacity of 25 tonnes and will enhance the Client’s existing [...]

Maidstone United – Stand – Kent – 8419

Maidstone United F.C - Kent REIDsteel worked directly with Maidstone United to design, draw, fabricate and erect the £850,000 structure at the club’s Gallagher Stadium – including steelwork, cladding, 500m of handrails and disabled access ramps. We finished the 1,768 capacity stand in time for a grand opening in front of a bumper crowd [...]

Interserve Bridge – Rotherham – 8319

Interserve Bridge In May 2015 Reidsteel entered into discussions with Interserve Construction Ltd concerning the design, supply and installation of a skewed and cambered 45m clear span, 2 lane vehicle Access Bridge, over the river Don in Rotherham. The requirement for the Interserve bridge was to provide vehicle and pedestrian [...]

Shoreham Port Covered Storage Building – 8360

Shoreham Port Timber Storage Buildings “Shoreham Port is a thriving commercial port on the South Coast of England and provides a full range of marine services including cargo handling, hydrography, dry docking as well as catering for leisure and fishing users. From its Roman origins and through its expansion in Norman times, its trade [...]