Finley Structures newsletter 6 - summer 2013 - Page 2

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Finley Structures Ltd was formed in August 2000 and is a family-owned company providing structural steelwork to the construction industry . Our premises are based on the Newton Aycliffe Business Park in County Durham , providing a central location and flexibility to supply the whole of the UK . Whilst providing a wide range of structural solutions , the company specialises in the production of portals , trusses , beams and columns . We at Finley Structures Ltd are determined to ensure that customers ’ requirements are met at all times with quality and cost being at the forefront . As a team we guarantee that delivery is timely and strive to achieve a first class reputation to be at the leading edge within the construction industry . We are continuously investing to ensure we have the latest technology and software . More than £ 1m was invested in to our production facility in 2008 , with a second drill line and robotic coping line as well as an SA2.5 shot blast facility . The investment was approved and undertaken by the Board of Directors to give us the ability to manufacture in excess of 200 tonnes of steel per week to meet increasing demand as the customer base grows . In July 2011 , Finley Structures launched its very first quarterly newsletter , keeping employees , clients and potential new client ’ s up-to-speed on projects and news .
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Expertise and team play are key to our success …

Welcome to the summer 2013 edition of the Finley Structures newsletter . There ’ s a lot to update you on since our last issue and we ’ ve been working on lots of exciting jobs up and down the country . More and more of our contracts seem to be getting further afield these days , but we don ’ t mind . It only demonstrates our ability to adapt and to work on large-scale projects whether they ’ re 10 miles away or 300 miles away . To name a few contracts we are currently working on , a 70-tonne contract for Carillion Building at RAF Leeming in North Yorkshire , a 70-tonne contract at Medimmune in Liverpool for PM Group , a 500-tonne contract at Ercall Wood Technology College in Telford , a 400- tonne contract at Priory Ruskin in Grantham and a 250-tonne contract at Wellington Place in Leeds all for Shepherd Construction . We ’ ve have recently completed a 300-tonne contract for Mansell Construction at Wellstream in Newcastle , a 150-tonne job for Vinci Construction at the University of York , a 65- tonne contract for Sir Robert McAlpine at Great North Park Community Centre in Gosforth and a 175-tonne job at Nuneaton Academy , also for Shepherd Construction . We have dedicated pages 4 and 5 to our 1,000- tonne contract at Drax Power Station as we believe this has been our most challenging contract to date . Our order book for the rest of the year is very healthy and future contracts are listed on page 7 . A lot of people ask me why we ’ ve flourished when dozens of companies in our industry have floundered . I put it down to our dedicated and highly-skilled workforce . Their expertise , www . finleystructures . co . uk

Welcome

attention to detail and excellent team play makes us one of the strongest teams in our market place , and our performance is testament to that . We ’ ve recently added health and safety expert Mark Stones to our staff , he brings bags of experience with him as well as qualifications in an area which is hugely important in our industry . We ’ re also delighted to welcome Chris Hodgson to the team as our new senior estimator , who ’ ll work alongside Andrew Workman , and we ’ re looking forward to seeing what he can bring to the company . These are all exciting developments for Finley Structures as we continue to build , despite the so-called economic downturn , and I ’ m sure our new additions will complement our existing team very well . On a personal note , I continue to work closely with the Aycliffe Business Park ( ABP ) steering group as we continue to build and maintain relations , communication and inter-trading on the park . We ’ re starting to see the fruits of our labour with some improvements already taking place , while the events that are being organised are being very well-attended . It ’ s all very positive and we feel it ’ s important Finley Structures plays its part in it . I hope you enjoy this edition of our newsletter , and we look forward to the next . Regards John Finley
Finley Structures Newsletter Issue 6 , Summer 2013