Synseal customer, Expressions (Grimsby), recently won contracts to install specialist windows at RFCA Driffield after previously carrying out work to an exceptional standard.
The company installed 50 high security windows on an accommodation block, and 74 windows on the main entrance building – all of which used Synseal’s Shield profile.
The work is part of a phased refurbishment of part of RFCA Driffield on behalf of the Reserve Forces’ and Cadets’ Association (RFCA).
Paul Fenty, Expressions’ Chairman, explained: “The feedback on a previous project was so exceptional that it has helped us win further work with the client.”
Expressions prides itself on employing experienced technicians, and Synseal now offers free training at its purpose-designed facility in Nottinghamshire. “Our ethos is: ‘Right First Time,” Paul said. “We do this by using proven, high quality components, experienced, fully trained staff, and a rigorous installation and inspection quality regime.”
David Leng, Synseal’s chief executive, said: “We have substantial training facilities in our factory to help our customers develop the specialist skills necessary to complete projects to the highest possible standard. These services have been put in place for our fabricator customers and their customers, to ensure that they can confidently challenge for such work should the opportunity arise. We will provide all of the backing they will need in such circumstances, working as their partner.”
The Reserve Forces are a vital component of the United Kingdom’s defence capability, providing some 50,000 men and women to the Reserves of the Royal Navy, Royal Marines, Army and RAF. Across Yorkshire and the Humber, 45 Reserve Forces units are manned by over 3,000 men and women from all walks of life and from a wide range of professions.