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McEvoy Engineering announce facility expansion & fit for nuclear status

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McEvoy Engineering expanding the business

McEvoy Engineering Ltd is delighted to announce they have invested in an additional 10,000 sq. ft. of production space with a further 21,500 sq. ft. of external yard and storage, to supplement their existing facilities in Stevenston.  The expansion, made possible by continuing, consistent growth will vastly increase the capacity of the business and will facilitate greater efficiencies, improve productivity and provide improved segregation of workspace.

The business is also delighted to announce they have recently been awarded ‘Fit for Nuclear’ status following extensive assessment by the Nuclear Advanced Manufacturing Research Centre (NAMRC).  This benchmark of process excellence is a fantastic endorsement of the company’s 28 years of continuous service to the UK nuclear sector, through which McEvoy have developed strategic capability in meeting nuclear client expectations in quality, safety and SQEP (Suitably Qualified & Experienced Person) assurance. 

McEvoy Engineering Ltd has a proven track record for quality and reliability and are fabrication specialists in mild steel, stainless steel and aluminium with the ability to provide fully integrated engineering solutions.  Their scope of service includes design management, manufacture and installation at site of secondary structural fabrications in carbon steel, stainless steel and aluminium.  Part of their strength lies in their ability to deliver the high standards of quality and safety assurance required in highly regulated industry sectors including nuclear, defence, energy and pharmaceutical.

The firm's range of work is produced by skilled, time-served tradesmen who are equally capable of operating from our fully-equipped fabrication facility or on-site at client premises. 

Providing first class service to industry since 1989, operating from their fabrication facility in Stevenston.

 

Posted on Friday 7th December 2018