Two J’s Metalwork are experts at on projects ranging from small scale simple installations to larger projects with inter-connected beams. We work on structural steelwork projects all across the South East, including Hampshire, Sussex, Kent, Surrey, and South London.
Our team has plenty of experience working on the production and installation of structural steelwork. We have an on-site team of experts who are always keen to minimise delays for your project. We do this by adjusting the fabrication to benefit the installation process as much as possible. To back up our excellent reviews, we’re also certified and compliant with CE Marking BS EN 1090. In terms of compliance, we also can provide risk assessments, method statements and lifting plans by our authorised members of staff.
Our workshop in Hadlow Down, Sussex is fully open plan and means that we can work on large section sizes. We have an overhead crane which also allows us to work on section sizes that weigh more than 1 tonne per beam.
We have a trusted installation team who have plenty of experience within the industry. Our Google reviews certainly show that we are committed to providing an efficient and professional services to our customers. It’s for this reason that we consider ourselves one of the leading structural steelwork installers in and around Hampshire.
Crane Operations and On-Site Installations
The majority of our work requires the use of a crane for the installation of structural steelwork. Our teams both in our workshop and on-site specialists are fully qualified to work with cranes. When working on-site we always have banksman and slinger signallers.
Due to the regular work we have involving cranes, we organise this type of machinery as part of our installation service. We do this to suit the lift plan and method statement supplied for each individual job.
Two J’s Metalwork can also offer site welding and additional alterations to steelwork on-site as part of our installation service. We come fully equipped with the right welding equipment, which is covered by the correct codes and weld testing certifications which comply with Health & Safety Guidelines.