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Civils

At Angle Ring, we offer a comprehensive range of section bending solutions for bridges, tunnel arches, building foundations, quarries and mines, from thick plate forming to universal columns, universal beams and rolled steel joists.

As we specialise in rolling and welding large diameter cylinders in carbon and stainless steels, we can provide a wide range of products to civil and environmental projects, as well as the water, marine and geotechnical industries.

Our extensive experience of working to the exacting specifications demanded by the industry enables us to offer a high quality, dedicated service to both end users and sub suppliers, either on completely new projects or as a rapid response to breakdown situations.

We can bend:

  • Plate
  • Columns
  • Beams
  • Rolled Steel Joists
  • Tubular Pilings
  • Pipe
  • Circular Cofferdams
  • Cutting Rings
  • Tunnel Supports
  • Wailings
  • Piling Casings
  • Rectangular & Square Hollow Sections

Projects we have worked on:

  • Infrastructure
  • Highways
  • Rail
  • Quarrying & Mining

Read our Civils case studies:

The Kelpies become the front runner as the largest public work of art in Scotland

The Kelpies become the front runner as the largest public work of art in Scotland

One of Scotland’s largest visitor attractions, The Kelpies stand proud on the banks of the Forth & Clyde canal near Falkirk, with Angle Ring playing a key part in the production of the two 30m high horses heads that elegantly break out of the ground in the 350 hectare parkland in the central lowland region.

Designed as part of the Helix Project that transformed the landscape to create a vibrant park and visitor hotspot, the £41m project that opened in 2013 boasts 300 tonnes of intricate steelwork as it becomes the largest public work of art in Scotland.

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To Hull and back as Angle Ring bends its way to the top of the Princes Quay Footbridge

To Hull and back as Angle Ring bends its way to the top of the Princes Quay Footbridge

The Highways England pedestrian footbridge spanning the A63 between Princes Dock and Hull Marina is now fully open after the two year project was completed in early 2021.

Angle Ring is proud to have worked on the eye catching curved canopy that spans the length of the bridge, as well as key structural components in the 60m long structure.

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Stunning helical staircase shows Angle Ring skills

Stunning helical staircase shows Angle Ring skills

With over 600 pieces of curved steel Wilkinson Eyre’s spiral staircase in London’s Wellcome Collection was one of the most complex bending projects undertaken by Angle Ring.

The concept of the dynamic helical stair was to create a free-flowing form, travelling from floor to floor without any visually intrusive supports and the £1.1million steel and glass spiral staircase does this elegantly, linking the foyer space to first floor galleries, and second floor library.
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Steel bending Engineers Angle Ring put the Arch in Wembley

Steel bending Engineers Angle Ring put the Arch in Wembley

Despite the main curve of the 315m span Wembley arch being faceted in a series of straight sections it still required a large amount of complex bending to produce the lateral rings and jointing plates, which act as the hub for each section.
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Gateshead International Music Centre nears completion

Gateshead International Music Centre nears completion

One of the most dramatic and exciting projects conceived for the industrial North East has been helped to come to fruition by the skill and expertise of The Angle Ring Company, who are based in the Midlands. Called the Sage Gateshead, the structure is located on the banks of the Tyne at Gateshead Quays and was designed by Foster and Partners who are renowned for their innovative concepts.

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James Joyce Bridge, Dublin

James Joyce Bridge, Dublin

The Angle Ring Company Limited undertook the bend forming of tubular steelwork used in the construction of the James Joyce Bridge in Dublin. The bridge which spans the Liffey between Ellis Quay and Ushers Island, features twin pedestrianised walkways and viewing areas on each side of a central four-lane section carrying road traffic.
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