Yes we offer a professional draughtsman service and can provide drawings and layout to assist with planning control (subject to conditions). Our design drawings are constructed in a 3D modelling environment using STRUCAD.
Our heavy duty (larger) stands are fully galvanised. Our light weight range can be either galvanised, for low maintenance, or powder coated in a colour of your choice.
Yes, all our stands are built in a modular design and are easily extended or moved. Start small and let your stand grow with your club.
This is not a problem for us, because as long as we can walk to where you want your stand to go, we can erect where you need us to. Our stands are delivered in piece-by-piece sections and at many smaller grounds we carry the stand to its position and have no need for lorries or cranes churning up your pitch.
Yes there are options available for refurbishing. We can supply new tip-up seats for your stand to give it a revamp, we can re-sheet existing stands, alter and re-new terracing, and also change standing terracing into seated accommodation. Contact us to find out what can be done with your facilities.
Please contact us using the enquiry form or by phone – 01273 835738.
It is usually best for us to speak to you first as all our stands are built to order.
Our standard payments terms are 20% of contract value as deposit with order, followed by 35% on commencement on site, 35% on erection of steel frame and terracing, and 10% on completion. We understand that sometimes grants take a while to apply for and we are always happy to discuss the best way forward with each individual club.
The Green Guide to Safety at Sports Grounds, sometimes known as the ‘Green Guide’ or ‘Green
Code’ is written by the SGSA (Sports Grounds Safety Authority) and its aim is to ensure safe conditions at all Sports Grounds in England and Wales.
The latest edition was published in 2008 by the Department for Culture, Media and Sport. All of our stands are built in compliance with the Green Guide.
The FA and the National League System provide standardised National Ground Gradings, or steps. Grades run from Grade A (top flight clubs) to Grade H. The NLS incorporates 7 steps. As your club progresses to the next step, there will be new minimum ground grading requirements that you must meet, such as minimum spectator capacities and pitch perimeter barriers. Just contact us with your new requirements and we will be happy to provide you with the best solutions in order to meet your ground upgrade.