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Circuit revs up hospitality

The racing day experience at Hampshire’s Thruxton Circuit has been enhanced by a new £1.5M steel-framed hospitality suite. Forming the cornerstone of a …

Race on to complete trackside hospitality

Work is revving up for the completion of a flagship hospitality centre at the Thruxton Motorsports Centre in Hampshire. The state-of-the-art complex will …

UK steelwork contractor delivers Belize sports complex

Dorset-based REIDsteel has designed and fabricated the soon-to-open Belize Civic Center Sports Complex, said to be one of the largest public construction …

Cathedral roof raised in Dominica

A hurricane resistant steel roof structure has been manufactured and erected by REIDsteel for the renovation of a historic cathedral in the Caribbean. The …

Stand up for Maidstone

A new standing terrace at National League side Maidstone United’s Gallagher Stadium is quickly taking shape and is due to be open by the end of March. The …

Kent airport ready for take-off

As part of a much wider development plan, a new steel-framed hangar has been completed at London Ashford Airport. During the past decade London Ashford Airport …

Steel supports Mauritian church

REIDsteel and Wessex Galvanizing have teamed up to create a lasting legacy for a place of religious importance in Mauritius. The work involved REIDsteel …

Hangar cleared for take off

The installation of a 100m long steel truss has helped enlarge an existing hangar at Bournemouth Airport, allowing the structure to house larger aircraft. In …

Two accolades for REIDsteel

Christchurch based steelwork contractor John Reid & Sons (REIDsteel) has been named Exporter of the Year 2006 at the recent Dorset Business Awards …

REIDsteel wins second Queen’s Award

One of the Queen’s Award for Enterprise has been given for the second time to structural steel firm John Reid & Sons. The company won the award …

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