A company built on principals
At Que Steel we are nothing if not meticulous. Our role is to ensure a hitch-free operation – a role we take seriously, as we have a reputation to uphold.
Our commitment to on-site Health and Safety, not just for our own employees but for those affected by site activities, sets us apart from the rest. Our team of managers and site supervisors are highly trained and accredited. They ensure the ongoing implementation of Que Steel’s health and safety procedures.
Thoroughness & Detail
We maintain a policy of attending site prior to undertaking works to discuss with the client the best method of erection. Agreeing procedures from the outset ensures any risks are eliminated, or at least considered, prior to the works commencing. Good practice is key, and site specific Risk & Method Statements (RAMs) are produced by a competent person.
Skills are born of competence and experience, but at Que Steel we focus as much on the future of our industry as we do the past. Keeping abreast of new methods and procedures is vital in this technology lead arena, which is why site operatives are trained in the use of all site plant and are fully conversant of the contents of the site specific RAMs prior to working on a site.
We aim to deliver, and good communication enables us to achieve truly impressive results. Consultation with employees and other interested parties is undertaken on a regular basis and all discussions and comments are fully considered and implemented, where necessary, by the company.
Contracts recently undertaken and completed include
- A new 50000 square foot storage unit at Sutton-in-Ashfield.
- New McDonalds and Screwfix retail unit at Ilkeston.
- Refurbishment of existing HRVS testing station at Scunthorpe.
- New 6000 square foot portal at Coxmoor.
- New fire station at York.
- Two extensions to Cromar Products at Whitley Bridge.