John Reid & Sons Ltd (REIDsteel) has provided an in-house value engineered and designed full structural steel frame and envelope – including design, fabrication and erection provision – for a prestigious Jaguar Land Rover dealership at Cribb’s Causeway in Bristol.
The overall contract included the main showroom, incorporating a customer drive though service centre, state-of-the-art 29-bay workshop and full complement of ancillary and servicing areas.
REIDsteel provided the steel frame, rainscreen façade and composite wall cladding, architectural mesh facades for the car park area; roof decking comprising car parking which was arranged with parking over two floors with […]
By James Tourgout|2021-01-27T16:45:29+00:00January 27th, 2021|News|Comments Off on Driving force at Jaguar Land Rover
It’s been the kind of year when we all needed a ‘hard hat’ to go with the masks and hand sanitiser. But thanks to the fantastic support of our clients and suppliers we are looking forward to 2021. Merry Christmas and happy and prosperous New Year to all.
John Reid & Son Ltd (REIDsteel) is recruiting for a range of positions as its business continues to grow.
The jobs are being created in response to increased demand for its design, fabrication and erection services.
The new positions offer strong starting salaries and opportunities for career progression at one of the world’s leading structural steel companies.
The positions are:
REIDsteel is pleased to create the new jobs to boost company growth and support the local economy.
Thanks to its in-house capabilities and expertise, REIDsteel is regularly contracted to design, manufacture and supply complete steel structures including the cladding, glazing, louvres and staircases for projects anywhere in the UK, Europe […]
By James Tourgout|2020-11-30T14:15:54+00:00November 30th, 2020|News|Comments Off on We’re hiring – new jobs at REIDsteel
On completion, it will be the largest cantilever roofed hangar to be built in the UK for more than 50 years.
The complex cantilever design allows the roofs to safely span the hangar without support from any internal columns, creating a vast floor space capable of housing up to 14 Global 7500s jets at any one time.