• BLACKfriars station SW1

    CONTRACTORS: MPB Structures & Kilnbridge Construction.

    PROJECT OVERVIEW: The work at London Blackfriars is one of the most complicated projects in Britain today. More than 1,500 people will be working to improve the station and track around it.

    DETAILS: Thames Reinforcements have supplied in excess of 1500 tonnes of Cut & Bent Reinforcment to date.

  • the grange prescot street

    CONTRACTORS: J Reddington Ltd and Miller Piling.

    PROJECT OVERVIEW: Grange Hotels, London's leading independent hotel group, provides hospitality and events services for the most discerning guest.

    DETAILS: TRL have supplied 2000 tonnes Cut & Bent Reinforcement, 250 tonnes Prefabricated Walls & Columns and 1200 Prefabricated Pile Cages.

  • deephams inlet works, edmonton

    CONTRACTOR: J Murphy & Sons

    PROJECT OVERVIEW: The UK’s longest ever secant piling, to form the perimeter of a sewage treatment works’ inlet pumping station shaft being built in North London.

    DETAILS: Thames Reinforcements have supplied 1500 tonnes Cut & Bent Reinforcement and Prefabricated 40No. Pile Cages

Quality System

BS EN 9001 2008
Thames Reinforcement's business is run fully compliant with the CARES Quality & Operations Assessment Schedules which fully encompasses all the requirements for BS EN ISO 9001.

All raw material whether sourced nationally or internationally is only purchased from CARES Approved suppliers ensuring complete traceability and product quality from initial stock through to delivery of our finished product.

Health & safety

OHSAS 18001 2007
Thames Reinforcements is committed to providing a safe working environment for all it’s employees and clients.

Thames Reinforcement holds CARES Approval for an Occupational Health & Safety Management System which complies with OHSAS 18001.

Environmental

BS EN ISO 14001 2004
Thames Reinforcements is dedicated to understanding and continually improving the impact our business has on the environment.

We hold CARES Approval for an Environmental Management System that meets with the requirements of
BS EN ISO 14001 2004.

Sustainability

Sustainable Reinforcing Steel
Reinforcing steel producers and processors are coming under increasing pressure to take actions to mitigate their climate change impacts. Such impacts are connected with the level of greenhouse gas emissions and are commonly referred to as the business carbon footprint. In response to this demand and building upon the full product traceability required by its Product Certification Scheme, CARES have developed a Sustainable Reinforcing Steel Certification Scheme.

Thames Reinforcements were awarded CARES accreditation for Sustainable Reinforcing Steel in October 2011.

Sustainable Reinforcement from the most CARES approved fabricator in the UK.