We are excited to announce that in June we received our CE marking certification (EN 1090-1:2011) which means that we are certified to fabricate steel structures up to and including execution class 2.
Our steel buildings are designed and built to meet your exact specifications. Whatever its purpose, from barns and stables to storage buildings for equipment, livestock, grain and hay to garages and commerical buildings– We can advise on everything from the building size to the location of the doors.
Our steel buildings can be customised to meet your requirements, including guttering, skylights, mezzanine floors, staircase, windows, insulation, personal access doors, roller doors and more. Whether you know exactly what you want, or just have a concept of the building’s location and purpose, we can talk through your plans to design your ideal steel building to meet your needs.
What is CE marking?
Since July 2014, structural steelwork and aluminium fall under the Construction Products Regulation (CPR), which means aluminium or structural steel CE marking must be secured to show compliance with EN 1090-1 (the harmonised European standard that applies to structural metalwork).
This covers any structural component that has been designed and fabricated to meet the BS EN 1991 series of standards (Eurocode 3 and 9) for steel and aluminium structures in buildings. And you now need to show that they comply with BS EN 1090-1.