North West based firm Walker Engineering has announced a bumper start to 2023, with 10 new large projects already won across the UK, totalling in excess of £725,000.
Delivering mechanical and fabrication, mechanical and electrical installation and maintenance from its Skelmersdale HQ, Walker Engineering’s latest project wins span the length and breadth of the country, from Glasgow in the north to Preston, Birkenhead, Cambridge and Lowestoft in the southeast coast.
Some of these notable operational project wins include ancillary support works, project support and project management for Timothy Taylor’s Brewery upgrade in Keighley, West Yorkshire (£110k), pipework modifications and improvements on a fertiliser storage tank farm in Perth, Scotland (£100k) and civils and cladding work on a 360 sq metre silo structural steel building in Preston (£200k)
With over £1.5m worth of work also quoted for in January, Walker Engineering is already well on course to better their record turnover of £3.9m from the previous year.
Andy Walker, managing director, Walker Engineering, said:
“2023 has seen immense growth for Walker Engineering, with the foundations laid throughout the previous year really helping us consolidate and expand into new sectors and other parts of the UK.
“The projects that we have won already this year showcase the strength of our team and our operations, and we will now be looking to win further work by providing exemplary service on-site throughout the weeks and months to come.”
Walker Engineering’s workshop is currently in the process of preparing two 80m3 steel storage vessels for delivery to a client by mid-February, with more projects also set to be confirmed and worked upon for Q2 onwards.
Walker Engineering is fully accredited, holding ISO 9001:2015, ISO 14001:2015 and ISO 45001:2018. All structural steelwork supplied by the firm is also fully compliant with CE marking to BS: EN 1090-1 Execution Class 2, in order to meet legislation applied in July 2014.