Yearly Archives: 2013

Zenith’s CICIND Technical Papers

26 Nov 2013

Over the years, Zenith’s membership of CICIND has been instrumental to our growth as it has helped the Company to keep up to date with industry advances and trends. Zenith has presented several Technical Papers at CICIND’s semi annual meetings held in…

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10 Years of Exceptional Growth!

18 Sep 2013

Zenith celebrates it’s first 10 years in business! “When we established the Company in 2003, we were determined to bring innovation into the specialist access industry as well as seeking ways to expand our core competencies into other industries. We…

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Offshore Flare Tip Replacement

European Oil & Gas Magazine Article

5 Sep 2013

Zenith has recently had an article published in the European Oil & Gas Magazine featuring our innovate onshore and offshore flare tip replacement service as well as other services offered by the Company.

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Zenith Appoint New Business Development Manager

30 Jul 2013

Zenith Structural Access Solutions Limited is pleased to announce the appointment of a new Business Development Manager for it’s UK and European operations. Steve Hayward comes with over 25 years experience specialising in industrial chimneys, flare stacks, tall structures and bespoke access solutions. “Steve is welcome member of the Zenith Group of Companies and will bring with him a wealth of knowledge which will prove to be most advantageous as Zenith enters a new phase of growth. Steve has a proven track record and we wish him every success as a key member of our Business Development Team,” comments Darren Smith, Business Development Director.

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Zenith’s Royal Welcome for Queen Elizabeth II

10 Jul 2013

Neil Paton, Draughtsman, based in Zenith’s Structural Engineering Divsion at our Head Office, is the official piper for the Duke of Buccleuch. The Queen recently officially reopened Abbotsford House, the former home of author Sir Walter Scott, in the Borders.

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Recent Developments Within Zenith

4 Jun 2013

As part of Zenith’s continued expansion, we are pleased to announce the appointment of two new members of staff to our management team. Paul Wood, BSc Civil Engineering (Distinction), has been appointed as our new Business Development Manager and will be looking to expand the Company’s portfolio within the heavy industry and offshore sectors. Paul comes with many years experience in industry and is a welcome addition to the Zenith team.

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Zenith’s Apprentices – Top of the Class!

17 Apr 2013

Three of Zenith’s apprentices have recently been awarded prestigious trophies at the Annual 2012 Steeplejack Industry Training Group & CITB Awards evening held at the Bircham Newton Training Centre. Luke McGuire was awarded ‘The Walter Bacon Merit Award for Best Steeplejack Laddering’ and Blair Watson & Ali Adams were jointly awarded the ‘Dr. Short Steeplejack Award – Best Improved Trainee Steeplejack Trophy.’

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Zenith Opens New Structural Engineering Design Office

Due to the continued expansion of the Zenith Group, we are pleased to announce the immediate opening of our new Structural Engineering Design office at 24/25, Innovation Centre and Business Base, 110 Butterfield, Great Marlings, Luton, Bedfordshire, LU2 8DL.

Our new office will compliment the existing Design office at our corporate headquarters in Edinburgh. Our Luton office will offer a complete range of services from Consultancy (Industrial, Historic, Commercial/Residential & 3D Modelling) to Specialist Temporary Works Design (Structural Support, Specialist Lifting & Scaffolding Design).

We are pleased to welcome our new members of staff consisting of Rob Denson, James Gore & Geoff Cox to Zenith!

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Zenith Offshore – Flare Tip Replacement

21 Mar 2013

As part of our continued expansion, Zenith has developed an offshore division. So far during 2013 we have several offshore projects involving flare tip replacements around the globe without the use of helicopters or barge cranes. Typically, we are asked…

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