Howarth Timber is a major supplier to the construction industry, dealing in everything from timber products to bathroom suites. When the company wanted to refurbish the showroom at their Wakefield branch, they awarded the project to Yorkshire-based specialist contracting organisation Vision Infrastructure.
There was recognition for Ultrasyntec at the annual FeRFA Awards this year, held at St John’s Hotel in Solihull, Birmingham – our very own Simon Murphy formally received his NVQ Level 2 certification for in situ resin flooring.
The importance of flooring can sometimes be overlooked in commercial and industrial buildings. But, for optimum productivity and safety, you need floors that ensure your business runs efficiently.
UltraSyntec has successfully won a tender to refurbish a warehouse floor for electrical distributor Schneider Electric’s Leeds storage facility.
When a leading food producer approached Ultrasyntec for direction and suggestions regarding one of their warehouse floors, the team faced a difficult issue.
Following the announcement by Daniel Thwaites that the company is to move to the Sykes Holt site, near Mellor Brook, relocating from its current town centre site, main contractor Barnfield Construction selected Ultrasyntec as the preferred flooring partner.
A long-standing customer of Ultrasyntec Ltd required the right flooring solution for a new build extension.
With a reputation for providing high-performance installations for challenging industrial and commercial flooring requirements, Ultrasyntec is often approached to devise individual solutions to match very specific applications. When Colletts – a leading Halifax-based haulage company – were experiencing issues with their main garage floor, they called in Ultrasyntec to recommend long-term refurbishment options.
UltraSyntec was more than happy to be involved with the new production line for a major pork processing facility in East Yorkshire.