Pyramid Steel is a long-standing steel supplier based in Hampshire. Founded in 1986 by the present Managing Director and incorporated in 1989, Pyramid Steel has established itself as a major supplier of Steel products and services in the Southern Counties of England. Pyramid Steel is part of the PTL Group of companies which includes Pyramid Steel, GCS Steels Gosport, Beverley Steel and Rent Free Gas. We also have a trading partnership with Universal Welding Solutions (UWS).
With our Head Office and works based in Aldershot, our fleet of vehicles cover Surrey, Hampshire, East & West Sussex and the Home Counties daily. Our customer focused sales team are conversant in a diverse range of products from Engineering Steels to Heavy Constructional sections.
After many years experience in this industry we've learnt to recognise the growing needs and requirements of our customers and therefore one our primary goals as a business is to always adapt our products and services accordingly. We are an ISO 9001 registered firm and offer a custom made service to our building and construction clients with purpose made steel fabrications to meet specific requirements as well as the supply of reinforcing mesh, bar and products to our ground workers and civil engineers.
We supply a large range of engineering steels and alloys to schools and colleges throughout the south and are proud to have clients such as The National Trust, The Forestry Commission and the National Health Service.
We recognise the requirement in today's marketplace for quality as well as efficiency and affordability and we endeavour to offer a service that we consider you can rely upon. Please call Pyramid Steel on 01252 334081 to discuss your steel requirements.
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Our Vision & Mission Statement
'We go further to provide a committed quality service to our customers, understand the needs and expectations of all our stakeholders, provide a safe & healthy working environment for our employees and regularly review our environmental impact responsibilities.’