West Midlands businessman Dan Houghton has completed his third deal centred on an 82-year-old Black Country business and finally brought it back under his control again.
It is 10 years since he first bought the Steelway group of companies, which operates three
businesses from two sites in Wolverhampton and West Bromwich.
Advised by Andy Kay, Midlands corporate finance director at accountants Horwath Clark Whitehill, Mr Houghton and business partner Walter Karpynec first acquired Steelway …
uring March of this year, Steelway Brickhouse will be able to provide certified Continual Professional Development (CPD) presentations and as a result of this are now taking appointments to undertake lunchtime seminars at architectural and consultant practices throughout the UK.
The first, in a new series of presentations, will concentrate on specifying steel access cover systems, with a focus on getting it right with BS9124 and FACTA.
This CPD presentation sets out to simplify the …
Steelway Brickhouse have recently secured a new 3 year framework with Anglian Water for the design, supply and installation of non security access covers. The deal, said to be worth over £1m is based around their ‘Stamp-Lock’ range of access covers with additional requirements, such as full civil’s installation and also compliancy to the new British Standard, BS9124.
An award of this magnitude signifies Steelway’s drive to continually move forward and also shows their commitment to …
Steelway and group company Oleo International, have joined forces to offer a complete package of products, services and railway installation for energy absorption systems, such as buffers and dampers with bespoke access metalwork fabrications.
They are currently working together on the Baker Street project for London Underground Ltd., where they are supplying a Train Arrester System.
On infrastructure projects, Steelway provide total solutions for access structures such as staircases, …
This news story is taken from the Express and Star article dated Thursday January 28th, 2010, by Carl Chinn. To view the original page please click here.
Back in November, Black Country Memories featured the history of the long-established and important Wolverhampton firm of Steelway on the Bilston Road.
This pioneering company manufactured the Uk’s first pedestrian safety barriers, which were installed at the busy junction of Prince’s Square in July 1934.
They had been designed …