Steelway celebrates 90 years in industry

Steelway is celebrating 90 years of trading, supplying its products and services to a diverse range of clients and customers.

The company’s long-standing history is said to begin back in 1928 when C.W. Goodyear founded Steelway.

In the years that followed, Steelway were reportedly able to make significant marks in its history, designing and manufacturing London’s first safety barriers at Britannia Crossing in Camden Town, creating crowd-control solutions for the coronation of two British Monarchs, manufacturing stretchers for the injured during the Second World War and providing steel floor solutions for two well-known James Bond films at Pinewood studios. More recently it installed access ladders to the Houses of Parliament.

Steelway reportedly currently operates three divisions from two manufacturing plants in Wolverhampton and West Bromwich, employing over 150 people.

Steelway’s product range includes the design, manufacture and installation of safety critical access metalwork and architectural metalwork, access covers and frames, fencing and gates to suit play areas, residential applications and parks and sports areas. It also has a range of security products including LPCB certified security access covers, doors, bar sets, kiosks, cages and cabinets also available.