About us

Our story

Aspull Engineering were founded in 1959 and did a considerable amount of work for British Coal during the 1960s, 70s and 80s. The privatisation of British Coal in the 1990s led to diversification and acquisition. For example Aspull acquired Wycon UK to allow them to offer specialist pipefitting services; the acquired catering equipment manufacturer Stott Bentham from Electrolux in 1994. Diversification into the for industry led to the acquisition of mechanical services provider fabled and silos and handling equipment manufacturer Aldersley Equipment.

More recently Aspull Engineering have undertaken large engineering projects in the rail and construction sectors. They achieved CE1090 Execution Classification 3 in 2015, and ISO 9001:2015 in 2018. For a more detailed history click here.

 

Our PEOPLE

Aspull Engineering employ skilled and time-served tradesmen with expertise in steel fabrication, steel plating, pipefitting, welding, steel erecting and sheet metal work. We support the Government Apprenticeship scheme.

We have an ongoing staff training and development programme; we have staff trained in  SMSTS, SSSTS, IPAF, PASMA, CCMSG and first aid. Aspull Engineering are members of Constructionline (Gold member), SafeContractor and the British Safety Council. 

Meet our Management Team.

Our vision

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Our CLIENTS

We work and have worked in the following industries:

· Railways
· Airports
· Civil engineering
· Food and beverage
· Electrical generation
· Construction
· Power generation
· Chemical industry