We renewed the overline pedestrian bridge staircases as part of a refurbishment at Gerrards Cross railway station, Buckinghamshire.
Replacement of end of life wooden steps. Supply and fit of new fully load bearing fibreglass steps with risers.
Old wooden staircase removed
GRP tread and riser system
Staircase risers trimmed to uniform heights
Gerrards Cross station underwent a refurbishment project and as part of this scheme the pedestrian bridge required renovation. The existing wooden steps were in a poor state of repair so were removed and replaced with a GRP tread and riser system. Most of the materials were fabricated in house with the installation carried out over a period of one week.
In common with many old structures, the stairs were not of uniform dimension. This proved to be something of a challenge, with the risers having to be trimmed/cut to specific heights on the staircase to ensure an even going. The problems were successfully overcome.
27th March 2020
We would like to reassure all customers and enquirers that we remain open for business, while carefully following Government guidelines issued here:
The majority of our administration staff are working remotely and we have rostered production staff to make numbers available to meet demand.
We are able to provide a variety of standard products from stock with short lead times to serve any ongoing critical infrastructure projects such as hospital modification site works.
At the present time, in accordance with social distancing regulations we will not be conducting face to face meetings with business partners until further notice. However it may be possible to arrange video link meetings if required, please contact us for further information.
Collections of orders from our workshops are still possible, but by prior arrangement only please and visitors are reminded to observe the 2m distancing rules, for the safety of all.
Currently our transport partners are all providing us with a normal service.
We will update this statement if required and following any further guidance issued by the UK Government.
We wish you well.