Sunday 2 October 2016 is a date that will stick long in the memory of Alpha Rail employee, Steve Abbott.
A stock yard foreman during the week,
With a 30-year history of architectural metalwork manufacturing expertise, Alpha Rail is always keen to understand the trends and current thought leadership in the manufacturing industry.
As part of its commitment to encouraging people to get out and use outdoor spaces such as parks and gardens, Alpha Rail has sponsored a local youth football team. Based in Kirkby in Ashfield, Alpha Rail specialises in the manufacture and installation of bespoke metal railings and gates. The sponsorship deal involves providing a new football kit for Sherwood Colliery Blacks Under 9’s.
It’s that time of year again, only it’s also a landmark year, because 2016 marks the 40th anniversary of the preeminent BALI awards.
Because our metalwork products are usually only a small element of a much bigger landscaping project we can’t enter the awards independently as there is rarely a category that we can enter on our own because we are not the lead contractor or subcontractor.
Marlborough Hall now features 16 apartments in the existing building.
Built in 1875, this former Victorian house has been aesthetically refurbished by BSP Holdings who have restored many original features including a stunning atrium, stonework around the windows, wooden beams and Minton tiled flooring.
A new terrace of family housing in built in Brockley, London features flat top metal railings and gates supplied by Alpha Rail.
Williams Mews comprises seven family houses, including 2 semi-detached properties which have been built by Cobalt Construction of Croydon on plot of land formerly occupied by a garage.
Metal railings have been installed as part of the refurbishment and extension of a Grade II listed building that is now a nursing home.
Home of Compassion, in Thames Ditton, Surrey was built circa 1786 for the Hon. Charlotte Boyle Walsingham.
Alpha Rail Kennington metal railings have been used on a Victorian residence on Queens Road in London that holds English Heritage blue plaque status.
Harold Moody was a black Jamaican, who came to London in 1904 to study medicine. In the course of studying and living in London, he encountered extensive racial prejudice,
Shoppers in Ipswich city centre are benefiting from the addition of a new car park on Black Horse Lane. The new Wolsey car park features metal railings supplied and installed by Alpha Rail.
A former police station located on the corner of Lewis Road and Wakefield Road in Richmond upon Thames, London has been converted into a luxury apartment complex featuring Juliette balconies and metal railings manufactured and supplied by Alpha Rail.