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MUGA for Broadwindsor Primary School in Dorset

Published on July 10th, 2019
Broadwindsor Primary School had a requirement for the installation of a multi-use games area on land which is being leased from Dorset County Council to Broadwindsor Parish Council. The Parish Council led on securing a contractor to carry out the works following a competitive tendering process and the contract was subsequently awarded to Priestwood Vision Limited. Steelway were approached, having supplied Priestwood Vision with materials on previous successful installations. The Parish Council had some concerns regarding corrosion rates …
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MUGA Gate

​Different Types of Security Fencing

Published on May 22nd, 2019
Determining which type of security fencing is best for your application will depend on the level of protection required. Do you need something particularly impenetrable for the foreseeable future, or would something less substantial suffice?In this blog, we take a look at the different types of fencing to help you know what to expect when it comes to these common products.Chain link fencingTubular security fencing systems clad with Chain link fencing is very flexible and can be used to delineate boundaries, provide security, or …
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Chain Link Fencing

Making a Statement with Architectural Metalwork

Published on May 22nd, 2019
Architects and designers are always looking for ways to make a statement. A simple but effective way to do this is with Architectural Metalwork . Incorporating metalwork into a design can be simple. Such as adding a new statement Handrail to a current staircase. There are currently various design trends that incorporate architectural metalwork into both interior and exterior features. For inspiration, researching trends like these can help: Art Deco Industrial Chic Scandinavian Minimalism Features …
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Architectural metalwork features

The importance of site safety

Published on February 25th, 2019
In the construction industry alone, there are 58,000* non-fatal injuries to workers each year. Slips, trips and falls account for 24% of these injuries. This can lead to a huge loss in working hours with good health and safety culture on site many accidents can be avoided. Legal Responsibility The Health and Safety at Work Act 1974** (HSWA) places a duty on all employers “to ensure, so far as is reasonably practicable, the health, safety and welfare at work” of all their employees, and persons working on their premises. It is …
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Guide to Industrial flooring

Published on February 6th, 2019
The industrial sector comprises of buildings with a wide range of uses, from factories, warehouses to chemical/ nuclear plants and light industrial buildings. The benefits of industrial flooring are vast, namely corrosion resistance, slip resistance, low maintenance, durability & longevity .All open mesh floor types comply with clause 4.2.4.4 of BS EN ISO 14122-2:2016 and 5.1 of BS 4592-0:2006+A1:2012, where the maximum opening shall not permit the passage of a 35mm diameter sphere. Should the working platform be above a place where …
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