Anglia Engineering Solutions gain two new quality certifications.

By On Line Group | Posted: 28 Feb 2017

Anglia Engineering Solutions attain certification to BS EN 1090 for CE Marking of Steel structures and BS EN 3834 for welding quality requirements.

Anglia Engineering Solutions (AES) are pleased to announce that they have recently gained accreditation to BS EN 1090-1:2011 for CE Marking of Structural Steelwork and BS EN ISO 3834-2:2005 for Welding Quality Requirements.

AES have undergone a series of extensive audits by TUV NORD during recent months to ensure that they are complying with all the necessary procedures and processes to meet the Construction Product Regulation (CPR) to comply with BS EN 1090-1:2011.

At the same time TUV NORD have certified AES’s welding management systems to BS EN ISO 3834-2:2005. Matt Bickley, AES’s HSEQA compliance officer said that “with CE marking of steelwork having become a legal requirement within the UK, it was important AES attained these accreditation’s.” He also said “BS EN ISO 3834 is only held by a small number of companies gaining BS ISO EN 1090 and this enables us to provide a greater quality service to our Clients."

AES Managing Director Gary Carlton stated “This Certification allows us to design, manufacture, weld and install structures up to execution class 2 which falls in line with our core business activities, and the fact that we have gained these two important accreditations is testament to the hard work of all our employees.”

AES provide steelwork, pipework, fabrication, coded welding and machining services as well as a design and drawing capability from their base on Estate Road No 2 on the South Humberside Industrial Estate and are part of the On Line Group.

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