Over the years we have completed many jobs, ranging from a small one off RSJ to complex architectual steelwork. You can also see all the types of work we do from our services page. Below are some choice works completed by T Sullivan for your perusal.
T Sullivan engineering has been working on the Pier Head at the Museum of Liverpool over the last few months.
T Sullivan Engineering helped Willmott Dixon complete the new school Archbishop Blanch in Liverpool, which was part of the schools for the future programme. Along with numerous secondary steel work items, we provided handrails to the 4 staircores, balustrades around the atriums, plant access staircase to the roof, and other handrails to break out and outdoor educational areas.
T Sullivan Engineering has successfully completed the supply and fix of a staircase/walkway complete with an over head canopy at Levers site in Port Sunlight. The job itself was not particularly large, but the design/installation was tricky due to a stipulation given from the design team, as bolted connections were to be kept to an absolute minimum.
T Sullivan Engineering has completed the contract for the general refurbishment for a large number of fire escapes around Alder Hey Childrens hospital under a planned maintenance scheme.
T Sullivan Engineering have now completed their work on the new Saint John Boscoe school in Croxteth Liverpool, T Sullivan Engineering have been working on the project for the last 12 months on all manner of metal work and steel work items.
T Sullivan Engineering were originally contracted to design, supply, and install the handrail system to the new school.
T Sullivan Engineering was contracted to fulfil an array of requirements on the new central bus station in Stoke on Trent. This involved the design and installation of staircases, access ladders, general handrails and secondary steel.
Formally the Urbis building in Central Manchester, T Sullivan Engineering was contracted to supply and install new handrails and staircases, and to generally assist in turning the building into the new National Football Museum.
T Sullivan Engineering were employed on phase one of the redevelopment of Whiston hospital with a number of other steel work contractors.