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The safer solution. Industries: Defence Nuclear Oil and Gas Petrochemical Energy from waste


ES Structural Steel has been involved in the nuclear and power industry for over two decades, meticulously installing steel structures throughout the UK. In that time, we have built an excellent reputation within the industry, based on our proven experience and extensive knowledge. We are the first choice for some of the most hazardous and challenging construction sites spanning the UK. Everything we do is supported by our dedication to strong safety management processes, which ensures the smooth running of every contract. With an enviable record for outstanding health and safety at work, delivering the highest standards and commitment with the following UKAS certifications: ISO 9001, 14001, 45001. We hold Safe Systems In Procurement (SSIP) certification to ensure complete supply chain control.

“Over this 16-year period, ES Steel Ltd has consistently provided a professional and high quality service to HPSL and have shown flexibility when required to meet the project needs.” Richard Grey, HPSL


Talented construction professionals with many years’ experience lead the management of all our projects. A strong health and safety culture and maintaining an excellent health and safety record enables our business and people to flourish. All individuals working on an ES Steel project are required to undertake an all-encompassing induction and have to comply with our minimum standards for site certification. Health and safety performance is continually monitored through improvement plans, audit programmes and regular inspections that are supplemented by the accreditations we maintain including ISO 45001 and Safety Schemes in Procurement (SSIP). We understand that the quality of our work has a direct bearing on our reputation. We’re committed to supplying a service that meets and exceed our client's quality and safety requirements.


Defence Contracts: Burghfield & Aldermaston 2016 to present

Combined value: £6m

Walkways - Project MENSA We were contracted to install all the structural steel walkways including steel grated flooring and steel stairs inside the main building of project MENSA; these were installed using 5t Valla cranes. We are currently working on “walkway strengthening works” - a new package for the walkways, installed by Security Check (SC) cleared personnel only, working closely with our client to aid the re-design of the clipping system to navigate the floor access for underfloor services.

Partitions - Project MENSA ES Steel won the contract to install all the structural steel partition walls within the MENSA project. The contract is 98% complete. We are currently working on design changes within the package under instruction from the client, with a further package of works to install the fragmentation walls inside the MENSA building as an extension to our contract valued at £238k.

Catenary Towers - Project MENSA The project was to undertake the installation of 14 towers. The Catenary towers were pre-assembled in the client’s yard in Bolton and transported to Reading where they were installed, ready for the cables to be pulled through. The towers were installed around the perimeter of the MENSA building, these were approximately 44m tall and installed with cranes ranging from 40t to 130t with the use of 150ft MEWPs.

New Steam and Condensate Pipe - Aldermaston We were contracted to assemble the units and pre-fabricated racks at a local site in Bromborough, Wirral, then transport them to Aldermaston for installation. There was a range of cranes used from 40t-300t. The installation was undertaken by SC and Developed Vetting (DV) cleared personnel only.


Case study: Centrica Gas Terminal Description: Gas Terminal Extension Main Contractor: Centrica Client: HPSL Value: £1.2m

The Challenge To install the steel structure as part of the gas terminal upgrade working over and around a live plant. Works included; the pig receiver, par install, high and low-level platform removal and installation, pipework, metering structure, removal of concrete units and underfloor steel replacement.

Outcomes Our team worked meticulously to lift and install over the live gas terminal, whilst exceeding expectations of our already award-winning health and safety procedures. In the midst of COVID, we worked alongside the client to minimise labour so all operatives were kept safe. We have since completed extra work for the client as they were so impressed with the quality and impeccable standard of work.

This was an excellent audit on a well-managed site. The attitude of those involved from ES Steel was positive and helpful. Dave Bursnoll, Centrica Site


Case study: Lynemouth Description: Power Station Main Contractor: McAlpine Client: HPSL Value: £1m

The Challenge To Install 100 tonnes of hopper support steelwork within the bottom of each silo, six in total, before pre-assembling the silo roofs onsite then lifting the 210-tonne final assemblies into place on a precision fitted ring beam.

Outcomes We faced this challenge head-on and worked in tandem with all other contractors on-site to deliver this project in the safest possible way. The sheer size of each roof being successfully placed on each silo and the logistical difficulties faced left all involved with a great sense of achievement. We were awarded a variation to this contract to install the access walkways around each silo roof.


Case study: Sellafield Description: Nuclear Decommissioning Main Contractor: Doosan Babcock Client: HPSL and William Hare Value: £3.7m

The Challenge Working as a part of the Programme and Project Partner (PPP) with contracts including; SIXEP Continuity Plant (SCP) and the Store Retreatment Plant (SRP). Strict health and safety measures were at the forefront of our client’s requirements.

Outcomes We have worked on Sellafield over the last six years for multiple clients installing steel structures in a potentially dangerous nuclear environment. As part of the ongoing decommissioning, health and safety is our number one priority, with teams working to significantly more stringent health and safety standards due to the nature of the site.

The site is to a high standard and a credit to your hard work, commitment and attention to detail. Paul Millard, Sellafield SCP


Safety award winners on Burghfield

The ES Steel Workforce

ES Steel Qualifications

Project Managers Site Managers Appointed Persons Supervisors Lift Supervisors On-Site Operators Telehandler Drivers Mini Crane Drivers MEWP Operators Slinger Signallers Traffic Marshalls First Aider

SMSTS SSSTS Appointed Person CCNSG CSCS CPCS Telehandler (including 360) IPAF+ PASMA First Aid Manual Handling Safety Critical Medical

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