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With its sustainable qualities, steel is the most recycled material on Earth. As a non-combustible material, it provides long-term safety benefits and performs well during earthquakes, hurricanes and other extreme events. With this in mind,...

With the war in Ukraine affecting everyone’s lives in the UK and across the world in an emotional sense we are also all experiencing the inflation backlash of the conflict. With oil prices at an all...

Welcome – Mark Wakefield our new Senior Detailer joins the design team. Mark brings a wealth of experience to Midland Structures. Having spent a number of years working in a subcontract drawing office, his experience has...

Our new dedicated intumescent painting facility has been approved by Sherwin Williams to provide fire protective coatings. Our operatives were trained on the Firetex FX6002 system which offers the benefit of rapid cure times and...

This month we have welcomed a new apprentice to our team, Leyton Chandeler. Leyton is currently completing his Level 3 Fabrication and Welding course at Dudley college whilst spending three days per week on the shop...

Midland Structures have recently undergone recertification for UKCA marking. The company have taken the decision to move certification body away from BM Trada and move to the more industry appropriate Steel Certification Scheme run by...

Construction professionals will be aware of Intumescent paint but may not know the most efficient and effective way to apply it to steel materials on large projects. Since the Grenfell Tower fire in 2017, there has...