John Reid & Sons Ltd (REIDsteel) has strengthened its board with a new director as it follows ambitious growth plans.
The £30m turnover business has promoted Dario Di-Felice from Head of Contracts to Contracts Director as the 130-strong company builds for the future.
Christchurch-based REIDsteel provides ‘pre-construction to completion’ services for all kinds of steel structures from design, fabrication and supply to erection – including cladding, glazing and doors where required.
Managing Director Simon Boyd said: “Dario is a superb professional who brings immense experience to the board.
“He has played a critical role in helping REIDsteel successfully negotiate the challenges brought about by the pandemic and will be indispensable as the business follows ambitious growth plans in the […]
By James Tourgout|2021-08-25T13:03:18+01:00August 25th, 2021|News|Comments Off on High-calibre appointment for REIDsteel board
Global structural steel firm John Reid & Sons Ltd (REIDsteel) has today announced major new redevelopment plans in Dorset.
The £30m turnover company aims to build a modern, cutting-edge manufacturing facility along with new offices in Christchurch.
Including landscaping and environmental improvements, the scheme is proposed for REIDsteel’s home of more than 50 years in Reid Street and an adjacent site formerly occupied by Peeks Party Store and Monkey Madness soft play centre.
REIDsteel, which employs more than 130 people, has launched a consultation programme today to seek the views of the community and other stakeholders before submitting a planning application.
Simon Boyd, managing director of REIDsteel, said: “As a local business of many […]
By James Tourgout|2021-07-05T10:36:48+01:00July 5th, 2021|News|Comments Off on REIDsteel unveils major new redevelopment plans
It was exactly one year ago today – on March 23, 2020 – when the UK went into lockdown.
What a year it has been – who could have predicted what the next 12 months would hold?
John Reid & Sons Ltd (REIDsteel) was one of the first firms to temporarily shut down its manufacturing and construction site operations – and led the way in re-opening five weeks later when we welcomed staff back into our workshops with social distancing and resumed operations on construction sites.
By James Tourgout|2021-03-23T09:09:52+00:00March 23rd, 2021|News|Comments Off on Lockdown – one year on…