DAM Structures awarded BCSA Membership

DAM Structures are pleased to announce that they have been awarded BCSA (British Constructional Steel Association) membership.

 The BCSA has acknowledged that DAM Structures has the personnel, organisation, experience, knowledge, equipment, capability and commitment to produce steelwork of the required quality for heavy industrial projects for the below Classification and Categorisation categories.

 Classification:     1


  • C – Heavy industrial platework for plant structures, bunkers, hoppers, silos etc
  • E – Large span portals (over 30m)
  • F – Medium/small span portals (up to 30m) and low rise buildings (up to 4 storeys)
  • G – Medium rise buildings (from 5 to 15 storeys)
  • J – Tubular steelwork where tubular construction forms a major part of the structure
  • K – Towers and masts
  • L – Architectural steelwork for staircases, balconies, canopies etc
  • M – Frames for machinery, supports for plant and conveyors
  • R – Refurbishment

 This enables clients to select tender lists of similarly qualified companies and DAM Structures has been awarded a steelwork contract value of up to £6,000,000.  

 The British Constructional Steelwork Association is the trade association for the constructional steelwork industry in the UK and Ireland.

Apprentice of the Year Award 2020/21

Last week, our Apprentice Oliver Duck was awarded Derwent Training Association ‘Class of 2020/21 Apprentice of the Year’.

Oliver was one of five apprentices nominated, and received the following citation from his trainer:

“Oliver moved employers part way through the first year of his Level 3 Metal Fabricator Apprenticeship. He has since shown a big improvement with the work that he is submitting and has shown determination to do well and progress with his studies.”

Presenting the award to Oliver was Sue Jefferson, Chair of the Business Board at the York and North Yorkshire Enterprise Partnership.

This is the third Apprentice we have had in recent years who has won this prestigious award – huge well done to Oliver for his dedication and hard work.