The stunning Mesa Hangar at Beja Airport in Portugal is taking shape, thanks to John Reid & Sons Ltd (REIDsteel).
This impressive complex extends over 9,500 sq m, including the hangar, workshops and a technical centre for larger aircraft.
It will be used by Hi Fly for maintenance of its Airbus fleet. Mesa will also provide maintenance service contracts for other airlines operating Airbus models, including the mighty A380.
We provided design and drawing services as well as the manufacture and supply of steel for the development in Portugal – including specialist doors and cladding.
It is always […]
Global structural steel firm John Reid & Sons Ltd (REIDsteel) has strengthened its top team with two new directors.
The Christchurch-based business has promoted Donna Campo to operations director and appointed Simon Morgan as financial director (pictured before social distancing was introduced).
Both will sit on REIDsteel’s board as the company looks to the future despite the coronavirus pandemic.
Managing director Simon Boyd said: “Donna and Simon are high calibre individuals who will help take REIDsteel to the next level.
“Donna has excelled in every role she has taken since starting at REIDsteel, while Simon joins the team with a highly impressive background in strategic finance.
“Congratulations to both on their new positions. They will play a major role in the successful growth of the company over the coming years as we […]
A disused site on Stony Lane in Christchurch is set to have fresh life breathed into it with a new commercial property development with support from John Reid & Sons Ltd (REIDsteel).
Penton Motor Group is building four units on the former Boyland Joinery site to create a trading hub for businesses. The hub is to be known as Penton Business Park.
Over the past eight years Penton Motor Group has built four new showrooms for its franchised motor business and renovated a further three separate investment buildings.
This is a new direction for the long established Wilson family business, which has locations in Christchurch, Poole, Andover and Salisbury, to develop a ground-up commercial investment property other than for its own use.
Fellow Christchurch firm […]
Structural steel company John Reid & Sons Ltd (REIDsteel) has welcomed workers back to its manufacturing facility in Christchurch.
The company was one of the first to shut down its manufacturing and construction site operations following the Government’s implementation of the coronavirus lockdown in March.
After an extensive review of its steel handling and manufacturing procedures, it has resumed production with strict operating protocols and safety measures in place.
With the re-start of factory operations after a five-week suspension, the company is in the vanguard of businesses nationwide throwing open their gates to support employees and the UK economy.
Managing director Simon Boyd said: “The health, safety and wellbeing of our people, suppliers and contractors remains our first priority.
“We took the immediate decision to send all employees home on March 24 […]
Dorset Chamber has strengthened the ranks of its platinum business partners with leading structural steel firm John Reid & Son Ltd (REIDsteel).
REIDsteel has joined the fold as the 130-strong firm steps up its support of the chamber.
The chamber’s business partner programme is for members which wish to make a greater contribution to the organisation and the business community.
REIDsteel designs, manufactures and builds all kinds of steel buildings across UK, Europe and the world – from bridges and large commercial buildings to hospitals and churches – including their glazing, cladding and doors.
Ian Girling, chief executive of the Dorset Chamber, said: “REIDsteel […]
Structural steel company John Reid & Sons Ltd (REIDsteel), which was one of the first to shutdown its manufacturing and site operations following the Government’s implementation of the lockdown, has today announced a limited to return to work at its manufacturing facility in Christchurch.
The decision follows an extensive review of its steel handling and manufacturing procedures to find a way of helping those who cannot work from home back into full time work.
The company is also working on plans that will allow its site teams (including subcontractors) to return to construction sites.
Managing director Simon Boyd, above left, said: “The health, safety and wellbeing of our people is our utmost priority. When the lockdown was announced, we immediately took the decision to send all our people home to […]