Delivering Excellence for a Half Century

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Safety is key to our success

We take pride in the fact that for the past 5 decades Metals and Plant Ltd have never received any notifications from the HSE (Health and Safety Executive) or the Environment Agency, a unique accolade for a company within our industry.

As a company we take pride in our record of a half-century without incident. Our responsibility towards the health and safety of our customers, our employees and the general public is at the forefront when thinking of work methodology and in the assessment of risks.

We are CHAS and Constructionline approved and all our demolition works are carried out in accordance with BS6187:2000 code of practice.

Working to the safest, most effective and most efficient programme is key to our business regardless of how big or small the contract is. With our in-house team of specialists we will refine our sequence of works to best suit each clients individual needs.

A thorough survey will be carried out, which will allow a detailed Site/task specific method statement and risk assessment to be formulated. This enables the works to be carried out in the safest manner to all involved and our highly trained site supervisors and specialist engineers who will then project manage the works through to its safe and environmentally friendly completion.

We place particular emphasis on training and keeping our techniques and working practices completely up to date. These training levels ensure the upmost safety on site and stringent compliance to regulations on site at all times, this is why Metals and Plant are able to boast an untarnished health and safety history.

Latest Projects

Derby University Sports Hall


M&P Ltd was contracted to undertake the phased partial demolition, strip out and major structural alterations and structural strengthening, to Derby University sports hall.

Grade 2 Listed Parkinson Building

Leeds University, Leeds City Centre

Metals and Plant Ltd was contracted to undertake the extremely sensitive re-configuration of level 3 and 4 at the iconic Grade 2 listed Parkinson building in Leeds city centre.

Vodafone, Atlas and Pacific House

Wythenshawe, Manchester

M&P were contracted to undertake the full strip out of 3nr floors at Pacific house for Vodaphone in Manchester, leaving the building a bare shell for future trades. Numerous structural alterations and building works were also required to reconfigure the building in relation to new doorways being formed and removing a large section of structural cast concrete slab at both 1st and 2nd floor level, for a new stair core to be installed by the Principle contractor.

Peglar Yorkshire
British Rail
Ministry Of Defence
Sheffield Forge Masters