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

Shuttering is a small barrier built around the area to be concreted in order to keep the poured concrete in place or to section an area off. Almost every lay of concrete requires some form of Shuttering.

Rapid shutter deployment

We’re able to lay 100’s of linear metres of shuttering per day.

Permanent or Temporary

We can fit either temporary or permanent shuttering

In-house team of shuttering joiners

We employ our own team of shuttering joiners to ensure our standards are consistently met

Plywood, Timber or Prefab Solutions

If the situation requires it we can user either standard timber or prefabricated solutions

Shuttering Installation

We're experts at rapidly installing shuttering onsite

What is it?
Where is it used?
How it's Installed
An essential preparation
Most concrete pours require some form of shuttering

When pouring concrete you must ensure that you have the area contained with some form of barrier. Without a solid barrier in place the concrete will spill over into areas it doesn’t belong.

Shuttering is the erection of a temporary or permanent barrier that holds the concrete in place whilst it is being poured and over the course of curing (drying). Once the concrete has been set you can remove the shuttering.

Request further information

Shuttering Applications
You'll need shuttering on almost every industrial concrete pour

Shuttering is used at the pointers of pours and at day joints between successive pours. Some Shuttering or ‘Formwork’ can be left in place between pours and become an integral part of the floor. We can advise on which type suits each floor and budget.

Request further information

our process
Installing shuttering for a project

Shutters and formwork would be set out by an engineer and the line controlled by good old-fashioned string lines. The height will be suitably set either by a rotating laser or a very accurate optical device depending on the level tolerance. All shutters must be suitably braced to ensure they remain in place. It is our specific calculations and experience that tells us how this can be achieved.

Request Further Information

Recommended Preparation

Mesh and Reinforcement

The metal mesh into which we pour the concrete to increase the slab strength.

More Info

Types of lay

Laser Screed

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

More Info

Screed Rail

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

More Info

Hand Lay

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

More Info

Shuttering Case Studies

Specialist shuttering installation

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

Ask for a quote or request more info from our expert team

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

call us on
0161 244 9764



of linear metres of shuttering installed each day


customer satisfaction. Our QA ensures the accuracy everytime


reportable accidents in 2017 over 100,000 hours worked


of installers accredited and certified with CHAS

This website uses cookies for functionality and allow us to analyse the use of the site. To opt out please view our Cookie Policy. If you continue to browse the site, we'll assume you agree to the use of cookies. [ Hide Notice ]