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Well yesterday I took the decision, ahead of government, to shut down the business temporarily and safeguard our employees and customers. My decision is based on common sense and for the good of society.

I big thank you for the support of our employees who are KEY to our business and the reason we strive for success with the highest quality. We will be here for you guys at all times.

A special thank you to the members of the team who are adapting and working from home in an effort to keep some momentum, with limited work from the office to ensure we complete drawing works (James) and can complete payroll (Gwen).

Times are not easy and the road is going to be long, winding and potentially bumpy. Together we are stronger but we we need to stay apart in this case. We will get there.

In the meantime I am available at all times to our valued employees and customers.

Stay safe and kindest regards

Anthony Nelson


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Stay safe Anthony and the rest of the team

I'm sure your decision is much appreciated and a welcome relief for a lot of families. Stay safe everyone. X

Well done pal πŸ‘

Well done Alfie , stay safe πŸ˜‰

Stay safe Anthony :)

Top man Anth.. Stay safe.

Wise man πŸ‘Œ

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Northern Structures Limited are taking the current government guidelines seriously. My intention is to get the jobs made safe and secure and then send all employees home to safety as from tomorrow night. Certain staff will continue to work from home wherever possible.

Testing times but a short term sacrifice to maximise the health of as many people as possible.

We will do all we can to support our employees and their families in the coming weeks and, of course, we will ensure our customers remain fully informed.

I will post again tomorrow.

Anthony Nelson

Coronavirus (COVID 19) – Information from Northern Structures Limited

The safety and well-being of our customers, visitors and staff are top priority as we deal with the developing situation around Coronavirus (COVID-19), we want to personally share the steps we are taking as a business:

1. We have always taken cleanliness and hygiene seriously. We know this is more important than ever. Aligned with guidance from Public Health England & the NHS, we are implementing additional measures including regular cleansing of our premises, with particular attention to regularly used touch points and surfaces. Soap, anti-bacterial hand gels are available for all visitors whilst with us.

2. Whilst we remain open and at normal capacity. We are encouraging any customers and any delivery personnel who need to sign in to our site to remain within the entrance hall and to remain a minimum of 2m away from other persons.

3. We are carefully monitoring the situation and following guidance from Public Health England, the World Health Organisation and the NHS.

4. Employee well-being is important. We are encouraging team members to follow NHS best practices like frequent hand washing and staying home if they are feeling ill.

Best regards

Anthony Nelson

An excellent opportunity has arisen for experienced Steel Erectors / Cladding fixers to join our team.

The Role:

You will work as part of a team, assembling structural steel that make up the framework of buildings and structures.
β€’ Ability to read and understand marking plans and fabrication production drawings
β€’ Construct structural steel - columns, ties, and all steel frame works.
β€’ Tightening all bolted connections, lining and levelling.
β€’ Repairs/Snagging as required.
β€’ Fitting pre-cast concrete products.
β€’ Fitting various types of cladding.
β€’ Working from mobile elevated work platforms (MEWPs) to gain safe access to sections off the ground
β€’ Safety conscious individuals (minimum age 18)

Essential skills:

β€’ CSCS card for Steel Erector & IPAF card for cherry picker desirable, but not essential.
β€’ Experience working within a fast-paced environment.
β€’ Flexible in their approach and attitude.
β€’ Must be willing from time to time to lodge away from home as and when required.
β€’ Able to liaise with site personnel as well as office staff and members of the public
β€’ Current driving license holder.


β€’ The role consists of a basic 39 hour working week, Mon - Fri.
β€’ 29 days annual holiday, including Bank Holidays
β€’ Competitive rates and excellent working conditions.

Job Type: Full-time


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It is with great pleasure that we announce that Oliver Dovey has accepted the role of QHSE Manager at Northern Structures. He will oversee our Quality, Health, Safety and Environmental responsibilities.

Oliver joined Northern Structures in December 2013 as Operations Manager. One area Oliver has excelled in and shown real enthusiasm is Health and Safety. Over the last 4 and a half years he has gained the Site Management Supervisor Training Scheme (SMSTS), and the NEBOSH National General Certificate. He is now embarking on the Level 5 NVQ Diploma in Occupational Health and Safety. Oliver is also now a member of Institution of Occupational Safety and Health (IOSH).

We wish him all the best in his new role

Today is Jack Phelans' last day at Northern Structures Limited, as he leaves us to spend time travelling abroad.

Jack has been a great asset to the business, a great colleague and we all wish him the very best in his future.

His persistent out of tune whistling will be a great miss in the office ;-)

Have a great time Jack and keep in touch!


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Oh, I am going to miss our telephone chatsπŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚ have a fantastic time. Safe travelling xx

Enjoy every minute of your new adventures Jack you will have an amazing time. Xxx

Good luck Jack, all the best for the future xx

Good Luck Jack wishing you all the very best for your future xxx

Have a wonderful time jack!

Best of luck Jack, wishing you all the best in your future endeavours.


All the best for the future Jack.

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