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Building Schools for the future

Building Schools For The Future (BSF) is the largest ever government investment programme within the Education sector with the aim of rebuilding and renewing all of England's 3,500+ secondary schools and providing 21st century learning facilities to inspire and unite students, staff and the local community for generations to come. Steelway Fensecure have embraced this government initiative by providing a whole host of products which include; security fencing, sports fencing, multisport and …
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Safe and Secure with Bridor

Steelway Brickhouse have further enhanced their portfolio of access covers and security products with a range of high quality double skinned steel security doors. Bridor, the new range of multi-purpose doors are extremely robust and suitable for a variety of internal and external applications. The range is manufactured and certified to a variety of security levels and sizes with bespoke options available on request. Bridor is made from Zintec Steel with a Dufaylite infil as standard and …
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Framework Agreement Strengthens Steelway's Position in the Utility Sector

Steelway, the Midlands based access metalwork specialists have recently been awarded the framework for Fabricated Structures by United Utilities, to further compliment their existing Access metalwork framework agreements with both United Utilities & Thames Water. The agreement comes at a time when the company have completed a number of high profile steelwork projects across the construction industry and are set to take advantage of the latest wave of government infrastructure investments. …
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Steelway Rail, helping to restore Britain's Rail Infrastructure to its former glory

Steelway Rail the new specialist rail division of The Steelway Group is experiencing unprecedented growth in it’s new division thanks to it’s specialist knowledge of the rail industry and the massive investment by the government and Network rail in rail infrastructure during the past ten years. The group’s recent purchase of heritage rail business PP Mackindale has further enhanced the company’s recognised position as a major provider of architectural metalwork and steel fabrication …
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It’s Not Just Fencing

Playground fencing: Recent developments in playground facilities and playground fencing for young children has reopened the debate amongst planners and child welfare officers as to the use of fencing as a means of enclosure for amenity and playground environments. The ‘to fence or not to fence’ debate has had further fuel added to it by the Commission for Architecture in the Built Environment who argue that where possible the contours and topography of the local landscape should determine …
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