We are really pleased that our 17th 100 Club member is Traditional Structures Limited!

Traditional Structures Ltd was formed in 1988 and has evolved as one of the most respected structural steelwork fabricators in the Midlands. They design, supply & erect all types of structural steelwork across various building sectors including Industrial, commercial, residential, high rise, multi span, stadia, schools, hospitals, military, high security, atomic & farming industries.

They also design, supply and install  all types of building envelope cladding systems including composite & built up installations and they are proud to be an approved Kalzip installer for standing seam aluminium cladding systems.

They can supply & install various ‘Bolt on Packages’ including steel decking, pre-cast floors, stairs and laminated timber products.

For more information about their products, contact Traditional Structures on 01922 414172 or visit http://www.tradstructures.com/

Structural Steelwork Designed and Manufactured to Suit Your Bespoke Requirements Complete with Roof & Wall Cladding Systems


We are very grateful to them for supporting our fundraising efforts for Harrisons ground. Please support them too.

Members of the 100 Club get a pinned advert on here for 4 days and a post on our website. They will also be detailed with the other 99 members on a permanent board to be placed in the changing rooms when built.
If you would like to become a member or know someone who would, please leave a comment/message here or contact Keith on 07836202764.
Thanks again for the support Traditional Structures – please support them too!

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