A highly complex project to manufacture a set of large machined fabrications has just been completed by Tinsley Bridge. The work has taken more than 12 months and is the company's first major project for the high-end Nuclear engineering market.
The first components have been manufactured at Tinsley Bridge for the All England Lawn Tennis Club’s new retractable roof. The massive fabrications will form the roof hinge assembly in a contract for SCX, the Sheffield firm who built the existing Centre Court retractable roof. The No.1 Court roof is due to be installed in time for The Championships in 2019.
Cyber Essentials is a UK government accreditation designed to help businesses stay secure. Every day there are cyber-attacks against companies. In response, Tinsley Bridge has introduced the Cyber Essentials standard to manage these risks and protect IT systems from external threats.
On the 21st June, Tinsley Bridge hosted an event to commemorate International Women in Engineering week. The National College for High-Speed Rail teamed up with Tinsley Bridge to mark the occasion, hosted by BBC business presenter Steph McGovern, designed to engage and inspire the schoolgirls of Sheffield.