A successful timber engineering firm has expanded its business – and created a jobs boost – by moving into a new site in Halifax. Heywood Timber Engineering has taken over the formerly derelict Alumex Works on Water Lane, bringing it up to spec with brand new offices and a large workshop and yard…..View the full article.
Heywood Timber Engineering attain certification from PEFC for their commitment to using sustainable raw materials in their manufacturing process.View the full article.
Wharfedale are regenerating a previously derelict area of Halifax, turning a disused manufacturing plant into a number of modern industrial retail units. As part of this project the entire original roof had to be replaced and Wharfedale contracted with local supplier Heywood Timber Engineering to provide the roof trusses for the new structure.View the full article.
Heywood Homes, sister company of Heywood Timber Engineering secure HCA funding to build 18 houses in Brockholes, rural Kirklees….View the full article.
Heywood Timber Engineering report a significant rise in demand for Feature Trusses Feature Trusses are commonly constructed from hardwood in a style reminiscent of traditional building methods. Used in restoration work, classic and even some contemporary style buildings, this type of truss is becoming more and more popular in the building industry.View the full article.