Its been a busy start to the year for GLW below is just a small selection of the projects we have been busy working on:
Stainless Window installed in Brabraham Cambridge
Klee Clamp Handrail Installed At Wells Next To Sea
Handrail for offices in Peterborough
Handrail completed at Tempsford - 42mm Grade 316 with 3mm wire system
Staircase installed in a house in Terrington
Our Christmas opening hours are:
CLOSED from Dec 23rd to Jan 2nd 2014
GLW have completed a project to provide staircase access to an elevated platform usually only accessed via a ladder. The stairs will provide safer access to the platform and assist in Health & Safety compliance.
We are pleased to announce the as of today, GLW have moved to new larger premises at:
Railway Junction South
The move enables us to provide a wider range of services to our existing customers.
Please note the contact telephone numbers will remain the same.
Amongst many other projects GLW undertook a project to remove, redesign and erect a staircase at Stanground college.
As you will see from the pictures below, the staircase originally hooked around the rear of the building, our mission was to remove the stairs, clean them up, re-engineer them and then place them back in their new position. Giving more space to the rear of the building for future works and expansion.
GLW has been busy training!
Over the course of the last month, our team has been busy topping up their training in:
Director Geoff White believes constant training is paramount in order to reach and maintain the high standards he expects of himself and his team.
GLW Renews ISO Accreditations
ISO International Standards ensure that products and services are safe, reliable and of good quality. For businesses, they are strategic tools that reduce costs by minimizing waste and errors and increasing productivity.
PASMA Tower Trained
We have been extremely busy over the past few months! Amongst many other things, we are pleased to report that we are now PASMA tower trained!
Secure Safety Bunker
We have also been working with a well known Valve company to create a Secure safety bunker for testing Petro Chemical Valves handling pressures of up to and past 15000 Psi!
The bunker was designed by our Director Geoff White, and was constructed using powder coated steel and wood. The bunker was that large that special transport was required together with onsite cranes. The project is a culmination of many months working closely with the customer on their advanced and specific requirements.
11 Galvanised Steel Staircases for the National Grid
We also installed 11 galvanised steel staircases for the National Grid in Leeds. The work was completed in strict safety conditions due to the close proximity of live cables and electrical equipment.