• New Contracts Manager joins us from Severfield

    Finley Structures has recruited a new contracts manager from a major national firm. Fred Searle has joined the Finley management team after 29 years with Thirsk-based Severfield. Fred, from Harrogate, says the move was made easy because of his longstanding association with a number of key staff already at Finley Structures. He knows the firm’s
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  • We’re working on £36m multi-use venue as part of Hull’s City of Culture

    Finley Structures has been awarded a prestigious contract to help build a new £36m entertainment venue in Hull. Finley has been handed a 960-tonne project to fabricate and erect the steel frame for Hull Venue, on behalf of main contractor Bam Construction. Hull Venue is a state-of-the-art, music and events complex with up to 3,500
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  • Back to school again as we win another education contract

    Finley Structures has strengthened its ongoing relationship with major contractor BAM Construction after successfully securing a contract at Doncaster Sixth Form College. BAM is constructing the £11.1m building and awarded a 640-tonne project to fabricate and erect steel as part of the overall scheme, while also installing approximately 9,000 sqm of pre-cast concrete floor units
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  • Two new recruits and two promotions

    Two new members of staff have joined the Finley Structures – while two have been promoted. Neil Ryan has joined the firm as Site Supervisor and Crystal Moss-Henry has been appointed Payroll Administrator. The new recruits have boosted Finley’s staff numbers to 63, with the family’s group of companies – including Finley Structures, SCH Site
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  • Challenging project at new 92,000 sq ft distribution centre

    The proximity of major power lines are proving no obstacle for Finley Structures after being awarded a 465-tonne project to construct a new distribution centre in Lancashire. Road haulage giant Fagan and Whalley is expanding with a multi-million pound development on Burnley Bridge Business Park – a development which is creating at least 25 new
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  • Finley completes school project on Isle of Wight and West London

    Finley Structures has completed a contract to fabricate and erect 560 tonnes of steel for a school on the Isle of Wight. Sir Robert McAlpine is working on the £25m new development at Ryde Academy, located near the Northern coast of the island on an existing school site. Planners gave the green light for the
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  • Major environmental plaudit for University building

    A flagship educational building built with Finley Structures steel has received a prestigious environmental award. The Curve, Teesside University’s £20m teaching building at the heart of its Middlesbrough campus, has been rated ‘Excellent’ by the Building Research Establishment as part of its BREEAM (Building Research Establishment Environmental Assessment Method) standard, the world’s longest established method
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  • Finley Structures wins contract to build second university building for BAM Construction

    Finley Structures has won a contract to build a second university building for leading major contractor BAM Construction. The family-run steel company, based on Aycliffe Business Park in County Durham, has started work on a 400-tonne project to construct the Sarah Swift building at the University of Lincoln. The new £19m facility will house the
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  • Three key new staff boost ranks

    Finley Structures has boosted its management team with three key appointments as the company goes on a recruitment drive. The family steel firm has appointed Kelly Vasey in a new role as management accountant, Stuart Baxter as safety, health, environment and quality (SHEQ) manager and Alan Bailey as welding inspector. The firm’s joint managing director
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  • Finley Structures invests in the future with two new graduates

    Finley Structures is investing in the future with the appointment of two new graduates. The steel firm has appointed Natalie Chewter as assistant quantity surveyor, and Tom Radcliffe as a graduate structural engineer. Natalie, 22, from Spennymoor, graduated from Northumbria University with a degree in Geography before going on to take a two-year distance learning
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