Fenland steelwork specialist SDM ready for big 2014 after string of successful projects

11:26 24 January 2014

March based structural steelwork specialist SDM Fabrication

March based structural steelwork specialist SDM Fabrication

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A Fenland structural steelwork specialist is at the forefront of a revival in the industry.

Last year, March based SDM Fabrication Limited undertook 14 separate projects on behalf of Tesco through main contractor RG Carter Projects Ltd.

The company has completed steelwork for a 800.000sq ft Tesco at Kings Lynn and will supply the steelwork for a new Tesco at Chatteris.

Directors Richard and Peter Melton said: “As a growing business we rely on the support of a flexible and competent workforce, efforts employed by our team over the past 12 months have been invaluable in our achievement of industry accreditations which allow us to pursue new and exciting projects with an ever greater confidence.”

SDM Fabrication Limited is one of the largest builders of structural steelwork in East Anglia and a significant employer in March. They design and build structural steelwork for projects throughout the UK.

The company is a member of the British Constructional Steelwork Association and corporate member of the Steel Construction Institute.

For more information go to www.sdmstructures.com

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