Company Size

We employ 250 people and our budgeted annual turnover is £64m, supplying 30,000te of steelwork.

Project Size

We can manage projects of virtually any size with a steel content ranging from 500 tonnes.

BIM Capability

Our fully integrated computer aided design and computer aided manufacture systems are second to none. View Slideshow

Operation Area

Our plant is based in the Midlands, near Nottingham and operates nation-wide.


We received the coveted Nottinghamshire Company of the Year Award – sponsored by Nottinghamshire County Council, KPMG and RBS. We've been involved in many well-admired projects and we won the prestigious Structural Steel Design Award for our work on the Thames Court Project in London. We detailed, fabricated, delivered and erected 2150 tonnes of steel for the 30,000 sq metre seven floored office block. We were presented with Structural Steel Design Awards Certificate of Merits for the Constructionarium Mini-Gherkin Norfolk and Unilever House at Leatherhead Surrey. We have also gained the Investors in People Award for over fifteen years and our in-house training academy is an accredited training centre.

QA and Environmental Certification

As a company, we are Quality Assured to BS EN ISO 9001, have Environmental Certification to BS EN ISO 14001 and have gained certification to the Prestigious Welding Quality Management System BS EN ISO 3834 Part 2 and Factory Production Control (CE Marking) BS EN 1090-2:2008 EXC 4.

Health & Safety

Safety is paramount. Our Health & Safety Management System is accredited to BS EN ISO 45001:2018 standards with our adherence to the Policy Statement on Health and Safety our highest priority

We currently have 6 vacancies.
Latest Projects
Brazennose House, Manchester
Peterborough Gateway
Icon - Manchester Airport
Hooton Bio Power Centre
Data Centre - Slough
Latest News
Caunton’s steelwork for a new Yorkshire distribution centre featured in the press
Caunton supplying steelwork for major North West development
Caunton’s HS2 Steelwork under construction and “In the Pink”
HS2 progress requires a new Caunton steel-framed car park
Caunton’s steelwork for HS2 in the press
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