Mesh & Reinforcement

100% accredited

CSCS Accredited installers also on NVQ Scheme

100% snag free

Across all jobs & within 14 days of installation

0 Accidents

No reportable accidents in the last 5 years

Almost every concrete project requires a steel lattice to be built in place prior to the pour in order to reinforce and increase the concrete strength.

Rapid formwork deployment

We’re able to lay 1000m2 of mesh and tonnes of re-bar per day

QA Throughout Setup

Our QA procedures ensure the design is followed to the letter

In-house team of steel fixers

We employ our own team of steel fixers to ensure our standards are consistently met

Constant Management

All set ups are monitored by experienced managers to ensure quality

Fast and Reliable Installation

We're experts at rapidly laying mesh & reinforcement onsite

What is it?
Where is it used?
How it's installed
Mesh & reinforcement
Almost every concrete pour requires a reinforced mesh or re-bar

Concrete is the only viable solution for supporting buildings and incredible levels of force. It’s properties mean that it won’t buckle under the immense pressure it typically needs to endure.

However, across almost every pour you’ll find that there is a requirement to reinforce the concrete with a mesh grid and steel reinforcement bars. Concrete is poured over the mesh which cures around the steel. This significantly increased strength and durability of the final product and prevents cracking.

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Mesh & reinforcement Applications
You'll need reinforcement on almost every industrial concrete pour

You’ll need some steel reinforcement on every industrial concrete pour. Reinforcement increases the strength of a floor enormously and reduces cracking. Steel will run through all industrial floors and extra reinforcement will be found at details and corners. Joint details at regular intervals allow floors to dry without unsightly cracking.

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our process
The installation process is fairly standard

We carefully study design drawings and involve our purchasing dept to make sure the correct materials are present. The designs are forwarded to our installation teams where competent steel fixers follow the drawings to the letter. Spacers are installed and the reinforcements are tied together in line with BS EN 1992. All details are signed off by an engineer before pouring.

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Recommended Preparation


The frame around the pour area to keep the concrete in place whilst it dries.

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Types of lay

Laser Screed

The quickest method for laser level accuracy (up to FM1) for large scale concrete pours.

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Screed Rail

A screed rail system allows the manual levelling of a pour when you can’t use a laser screed.

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Hand Lay

Skilled specialists use a metal tamp to spread the concrete evenly across a surface.

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Mesh & Reinforcement Case Studies

Specialists formwork layers

Almost all of our projects require reinforcement to be built prior to the pour. Check out our case studies to read about our previous projects and how mesh & reinforcement formed a part of them.

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We work across large and small jobs for both for commercial or private clients, ask us a question and see how we can help.

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0161 244 9764



of square metres laid of mesh and reinforcement each day


QA ensured customer satisfaction across all M+R installs


reportable accidents in 2017 over 100,000 hours worked


Of all installers accredited & certified with CHAS

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