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Process: Architectural Steelwork

Overview

Architectural steelwork is a category for workshops that specializes in sheet metal work of large pieces, for example manufacturing and machining of girders which are to be used in constructions.

The architectural steelwork handles such large dimensions that are rare in other parts of the manufacturing industry. Some pieces, such as beams, can be enourmous but still needs to cut with high precision. Sometimes smaller pieces are welded together and then a complete piece can be delivered to construction sites, such as entrances or balconies.

The most frequently used processes within the architectural steelwork category are welding, cutting and bending.

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Architectural Steelwork projects for quote

  1. Drawings count: 2

    Fabrication-Architectural Steelwork

    Production of two internal balustrades is needed, on behalf of an architectural client who spends £85,000 a year on subcontract fabrication services. The balustrades will be used within a new stair that the client is forming for a residential property in north London. There are two flights to the stairs adjacent to one another, with an intermediary landing. They are separated by a curve. The project itself incorporates both steel and wood components and interested suppliers are asked to specify whether they can complete the full scope of work in-house. The client has also advised that the successful supplier may be asked to assist within additional projects in future, once a relationship has been established.

  2. Drawings count: 2

    Fabrication-Architectural Steelwork

    This buyer, who spends £100,000 per year on all outsourced fabrication services, seeks assistance with the manufacture of the attached steel fabrication. This project involves elements of cutting, drilling and welding. This is part of a larger job for which the client is currently tendering and has potential to lead to additional work for the successful supplier moving forward. **Due to the current health climate, we ask that you only submit a quotation for this project if you are in a position to fulfil the requirement.**

  3. Drawings count: 1

    Fabrication-Architectural Steelwork

    This buyer, whose annual spend exceeds £250,000 a year on outsourced fabrication, currently requires a supplier who is able to produce the attached gantry & staircase. There is an order ready to place for this enquiry, with the opportunity for additional, similar work to follow. Delivery is to be discussed with the client directly and suppliers working within the buyer's local region will be seen favourably owing to the scale of the work when completed.

  4. Drawings count: 1

    Fabrication-Architectural Steelwork

    This buyer, with an annual spend of £250,000 on outsourced fabrication, requires a supplier to produce the attached walkway. This is destined for end use within the food processing industry and must be produced in food grade stainless steel. There is an order to place, with similar work available for the successful supplier. Interested parties are asked to make contact with the buyer as soon as possible in order to be considered.

  5. Drawings count: 1

    Fabrication-Architectural Steelwork

    This company, who spends a massive £8million per year on bespoke fabricated parts, seeks a new fabricator to add to their current supply base. Attached is an example of a recently processed order that represents the ongoing nature and scope of the work the supplier will be expected to produce. The work involves cutting, welding and painting of large cantilever beams and associate components.

  6. Drawings count: 6

    Fabrication-Architectural Steelwork

    A new buyer to Qimtek, who specialises in developing new properties, seeks a supplier with the capabilities to produce the attached balustrades. The ideal supplier will be able to manufacture these designs economically, with an emphasis on reliability and high quality. There is an order to place immediately with a supplier who can offer all of the above.

  7. Drawings count: 1

    Fabrication-Architectural Steelwork

    This construction company seeks the assistance of a third party who can manufacture a C-section, fascia and soffit to match the roof plan attached. At this stage, the buyer would like to receive budget quotes, as well as supplier input surrounding the optimum material thickness. The client would also like to receive a separate price for installation. In addition to this enquiry, the chosen supplier can expect to work with the buyer on additional construction projects moving forward, making this an opportunity to win a new long-term customer as well as the work in question.

  8. Drawings count: 1

    Fabrication-Architectural Steelwork

    The buyer behind this enquiry requires the immediate manufacture of a mild steel frame, to be used as part of an on-site project. The frame will need to be fabricated in sections, in order to aid easy installation. The chosen supplier will also be asked to provide a galvanised finish. This is a one-off requirement; however, this could lead to alternative work moving forward.

  9. Drawings count: 3

    Fabrication-Architectural Steelwork

    This shopfitting buyer seeks a new supplier who can aid in the manufacture of a large installation. This extensive enquiry incorporates a selection of processes and materials, making it best-suited to those with a broad manufacturing portfolio. Some items may be sourced off-the-shelf in order to make up the bespoke assemblies. This client spends £3.7million a year on outsourced fabrication and therefore, this is an excellent opportunity to add a big-spending client to your customer base. IMPORTANT: There is a non-disclosure agreement running with this enquiry. Please print this off, complete ALL sections, sign and date it and return the page to sourcing@qimtek.co.uk or aaron.stoneman@qimtek.co.uk. Alternatively, please fax your NDA to 01256 394600.

  10. Drawings count: 3

    Fabrication-Architectural Steelwork

    This shopfitting buyer seeks a new supplier who can aid in the manufacture of a large selection of products and components, including a large installation. This extensive enquiry incorporates a selection of processes and materials, making it best-suited to those with a broad manufacturing portfolio. Some items may be sourced off-the-shelf in order to make up the bespoke assemblies. Suppliers are permitted to part-quote; however, any party able to offer full manufacture will be seen favourably. This client spends £3.7million a year on outsourced fabrication and therefore, this is an excellent opportunity to add a big-spending client to your customer base. IMPORTANT: There is a non-disclosure agreement running with this enquiry. Please print this off, complete ALL sections, sign and date it and return the page to sourcing@qimtek.co.uk or aaron.stoneman@qimtek.co.uk. Alternatively, please fax your NDA to 01256 394600.

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