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Advertorial REDHALL IN CHALLENGING


ENVIRONMENTS, REDHALL PROVIDES SOLUTIONS


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edhall is a multi-disciplined engineering business that offers design, manufacturing, installation, maintenance and decommissioning services to a variety of sectors including nuclear.


The Group has three distinct brands – Redhall Engineering Solutions, Redhall Nuclear and Redhall Manufacturing. This enables the expansion of its offering in current markets, as well as establishing and taking advantage of new business opportunities. It also helps drive forward efficiencies through load-sharing between sites and increased inter-company working.


“We operate throughout the UK, Europe and internationally. Our multi-faceted engineering team can transfer skills and services and combine capabilities to give an unrivalled depth of knowledge and experience. So, whether the project is one-off, term maintenance, framework or turnkey, our clients can be confident that the best solution will be delivered, on time, to budget and in a safe manner,” explains Helen Simms, Managing Director of Redhall Nuclear.


Redhall Nuclear offers design and engineering services across three main sectors – power generation and nuclear new build, defence, and decommissioning and waste management. Employing over 450 engineers, its capabilities include concept and detail design, construction and installation, as well as project and site management. Activities in power generation include engineering support to existing nuclear power stations, as well as nuclear new build. Defence encompasses activities on behalf of the Ministry of Defence and includes the marine outfitting operation at Barrow, West Cumbria.


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The Group has three distinct brands – Redhall Engineering Solutions, Redhall Nuclear and Redhall Manufacturing.


The decommissioning and waste management operation is based at Sellafield in Cumbria and carries out work throughout the UK.


Redhall Manufacturing encompasses the design, manufacture and installation of bespoke specialist plant and equipment required by the nuclear sector. The division comprises Jordan Manufacturing, Booth Industries and R Blackett Charlton, who have all individually built strong identities and reputations within their respective marketplaces. Jordan Manufacturing has the specialist knowledge and skills to manufacture and fabricate products to the exacting specifications required by the nuclear industry. Booth Industries is a global supplier of high-integrity steel doors and modular steel fire and blast wall solutions. R Blackett Charlton has developed a longstanding reputation in pipework fabrication from its workshop based in Newcastle upon Tyne.


One of the advantages of having an enviable track record and a worldwide reputation for excellence is that you inherently earn immense trust.


Redhall has gained this trust from other businesses, both domestic and outside the UK. This has meant that it has been able to form partnerships and alliances to maximise its capability and ultimately, its competitive advantage.


Richard Edwards, Managing Director of Redhall Manufacturing adds: “I am delighted that international businesses have made commitments via joint ventures and strategic alliances to work with us to provide comprehensive solutions to the UK’s nuclear new build programme. The combination of international experience, knowledge of the UK nuclear systems and regulations and local manufacturing capability will provide our customers with a reduced risk option which adds real value in such complex projects.”


For further information visit: redhallgroup.co.uk


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