Leading specialist fabrication company Steelway are exhibiting at Interbuild within the Building Schools for the Future section, Hall 5 – Stand B60.
Steelway excels in the manufacture of steel, aluminium and GRP products and have been supplying nurseries, schools, colleges and universities for over 80 years. From Security Fencing, Sports Fencing, Multisport Equipment, Outdoor Furniture, Balustrades, Handrailing, Staircases, Walkways, Security doors and Access Covers; Steelway’s products …
The new and approved range of mild steel access covers and high security covers from Steelway Brickhouse are made from heavy gauge with a unique locking mechanism operable from above and below.
The standard range will cover single and multiple openings and the bespoke range will cover any special opening requirements.
All ranges have the option of a variety of lift assistance mechanisms to ensure easy operation. Available to all FACTA loadings A-E, this revolutionary security locking …
Steelway’s rail division Steelway Rail is experiencing an increase in demand for their expertise in the restoration and replication of Speartop fencing.
This type of fencing is still a common feature throughout the former GWR system and after years of neglect this traditional form of perimeter and security fencing is being given the facelift it deserves.
Recent restoration projects at St Austell, Minehead and Leamington Spa have drawn high praise from clients who as part of their …
Leading steel fabrication company Steelway have launched www.steelway.co.uk, a fast, streamlined, easy to use website to reflect the wealth of expertise across the companies 4 divisions.
The website includes over 180 comprehensive pages of products and projects coupled with detailed images, CAD diagrams and further information for the specifier. From fencing to access covers, the rail industry and architectural metalwork, a broad range of products are available in detail.
Split in to four …
BS 9124:2008 Specification for steel and aluminium access cover and manhole covers with over 1m clear opening.
With the increasing number of underground workplaces requiring access for people and equipment, an opening of at least 1 metre or more is needed.
Growing attention to safety at work (especially in the construction industry) means it is important to have a rationalized approach to the design, testing and user safety of large manhole covers which are lifted by machinery.