Commercial staircases added to West Midlands office units


Commercial staircases added to West Midlands office units

Bespoke steel staircases manufactured by Essential Projects, have recently been installed within an office unit at a West Midlands industrial Park. 

Owned and managed by Hansteen Holdings PLC, Autobase Industrial Park is a 514,000 sq ft industrial park, situated between Oldbury and Tipton, North West of Birmingham City Centre.

The industrial park is home to a number of commercial units ranging from 1,500 sq ft to 100,000 sq ft and current occupiers include two of the UK’s largest independent steel stockholders and a national distribution company.

Essential Projects was appointed by building contractors A Surman & Co to design, manufacture and install two bespoke steel staircases within one of the office units.

A 180°staircase was manufactured using mild steel and was designed to incorporate 19 interlocking treads and an external wall mounted stainless steel handrail. Polyester powder coated balustrade posts were also used to incorporate a mid rail stainless steel handrail which was attached to the internal stringer. 

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Essential Projects also manufactured and installed a back of house staircase, also made out of mild steel. This staircase was designed to feature aluminium plate stair treads which helps to reduce the risk of users slipping or tripping on the stairs. 

Commenting on the installation, on behalf of A Surman & Co, Project Manager, Gary Norton said “I have used Essential Projects on a number of projects that involved the installation of bespoke architectural metalwork. They have always provided me with a reliable service and their products are always of the highest quality.”

To view similar metal staircase manufacturing projects, please visit our case studies section. For more information please call our offices on 0115 975 5787.


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