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Construction of The Wave Project, Blackburn

PIONEERING INNOVATIVE STEEL AND ALLOY FABRICATION

m-tec specialises in the fusion of form and function to forge unique architectural and sculptural installations for an increasingly diverse range of clients. Consultation is at the core of our operation. Each commission presents new challenges and offers fresh opportunities for the development of imaginative solutions to complex conceptual proposals. Unsurpassed expertise informs everything we do. m-tec’s peerless workforce comprises first-rate designers, project managers and technicians whose remit is to accomplish each project with skill, professionalism and originality.

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Projects

Our team has completed innovative and breath-taking installations across the globe. View our projects for additional information.

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TECHNOLOGY UNDERPINS OUR ENTIRE OPERATION

Investment in computerised laser-cutting and bending technology and 3D drawing capabilities gives our workforce the edge. Six hundred highly-skilled personnel operating from a 500,000sq-ft design and fabrication facility allow us to deliver the highest standards – and to our agreed schedule.

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Manufacturing the Flight of Fancy sculpture

Construction of the Wave Sculpture

Installation of the staircase for The Sky Mirror

Welding of Meads Reach Bridge during pre-construction

The Seed Sculpture in the factory during construction

Construction of Sky Mirror ramp

Case Studies

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The Meads Reach Bridge was a joint project between Niall McLaughlin Architects, Cyril Swett, Gleeds, Price & Myers, Dean & Dyball and m-tec for Castlemore Securities to renovate Temple QUAY II in Bristol.

02

m-tec has manufactured a stunning 12 metre high sculptural water feature which now stands proud in the private gardens adjacent to the Royal Opera House in Muscat, Oman.

03

The stunning stainless steel spitfire memorial sculpture, that was unveiled on Remembrance Day 2012, was overseen by m-tec and manufactured by WEC Group Training Academy apprentices.

The Braid Project,
Blackburn

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