Structural steel is used when designing structures to maximise space by adapting buildings and dwellings. It's one of the preferred options, and is also used in new builds. Due to its flexibility, rigidity and strength it requires less room than alternative mediums like concrete. Structures can be erected in shorter time periods helping save on costs.
- Loft conversions
- Extensions to buildings
- Basement conversions
- Steel supports for bi-fold doors and chimney breasts
- Ridge beams and gable ends to support roof structures
- Work to structural engineer and architect specifications provided by clients