The firm holds more than 35,000 tons of steel at two sites, in Kentford in Suffolk and Henstridge, Somerset. Its 24-hour processing and finishing operations include shot blasting, computer-controlled drilling and plasma cutting. Its steelwork has been used to create structures ranging from an Aston Martin factory and Abbey Road’s Dolby Atmos studio to Google and YouTube’s London headquarters, Heathrow’s Terminal 5 and the Tate Modern. The business is run by Alan and Neil Boyden, 53 and 49, sons of co-founder John Boyden.
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