e’re a family-owned
structural steelwork to the
Our premises are based on
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
We’re 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
We are continuously investing
to ensure we have the latest
technology and software.
Finley Structures was established
in 2000 by John Finley and, since
then, we have grown significantly.
We’ve increased our workforce
and worked on high-profile projects
up and down the country.
We have reinforced our position
as one of the market-leading steel
fabricating firms in the country.
Finley Structures Ltd
Aycliffe Business Park
T: 01325 328120
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WELCOME TO THE 2020 FINLEY
STRUCTURES COMPANY NEWSLETTER.
e entered into 2020 with an
tonnes of steel for the main contractor over
unprecedented volume of work
the last 15 years.
involving more than 8,000 tonnes
You can read a special feature about our
of steel for clients BAM, Bowmer & Kirkland,
relationship with McAlpine on pages 4 and 5.
Galliford Try, Kier, Tolent Construction and
This year is also a special time for the
Sir Robert McAlpine. This is very unusual
company, as we go into our 20th year. The
as, traditionally, we are usually only able to
business was formed by my father, John
forecast three-to-six months in advance – so,
Finley, in 2000. Perhaps even he might
it goes without saying, we were delighted with
not have envisaged at the time – when he
this positive start to the year.
acquired our site from British Steel by a
One of the
chance encounter when
past one day –
“I’m sure we’ll pull through driving
is from Kier Construction
that we’d grow into the
to erect 1,000 tonnes
by pulling together, and company we’re so very
of steel for Durham
come out the other side proud
County Council’s new
We should be
headquarters on the
of this stronger than ever celebrating, but we are
banks of the River Wear in
with yet another
thanks to our hard-working faced
the heart of the city.
challenge and one
And we can also
which none of us have
and dedicated staff.”
announce a huge contract
from Tolent to fabricate and erect 3,200
They are calling it the invisible enemy and we
tonnes of steel at Milburngate in Durham,
are all fighting for our future.
a project which runs from February right
But I’m sure we’ll pull through by pulling
through to November.
together, and come out the other side of this
This comes after we worked on a
stronger than ever thanks to our hard-working
1,100-tonne project at the Riverwalk
and dedicated staff.
development for Sir Robert McAlpine in
Our 20th anniversary in 2020 will certainly
2017, so we’re immensely proud to see our
be remembered for more ways than one – but
footprint being left on what is a generational
it’s a proud milestone which we’ll celebrate in
redevelopment of Durham city.
style later this year.
We’re also celebrating a long-lasting and
We hope you enjoy our latest newsletter.
positive working relationship with Sir Robert
McAlpine, after having worked on no less than
20 major projects totalling more than 12,500