We are experts in the fabrication and installation of Stainless Steel. Our projects have included: Display Units, Door Inserts, Bollards, Balustrading, Balconies, Furniture and Screens. We can undertake any design using Stainless Steel.
NEW SHOWROOM IN BATH Jovic Steel was appointed by Charnwood Group to produce a Stainless Steel and Glass Balustrade to the new Volkswagen Showroom in Bath, as well as: A Cat Ladder, Internal Staircase to Parts Department, Handrail to Customer Steps and Bicycle Hoops. This package included various steelwork plus Stainless Steel Balustrading.
VOLKSWAGEN BATH SHOWROOM 2014 STAINLESS STEEL AND GLASS Stubbs Rich were the architects on this project. Locksbrook Road, Bath 2014
MIRROR POLISHED STAINLESS STEEL New Store at Burlington Arcade, Piccadilly 2014. Moncrief London is a British luxury collection of luggage and travel accessories hand-made in Italy, using the finest French and Italian leathers. Moncrief Londons collection is available at NETAPORTER AND HARRODS. Moncrief London were opening their London Store in Burlington Arcade, Piccadilly, London and asked us to produce bespoke Display Units. Our role was to produce bespoke hand-made highly polished Stainless Steel and Glass Display Units to exhibit their beautiful collection and to nickel plate the two door handles for their new store. We also Nickel Plated the Door Handles for their new Store in Piccadilly
POLISHED STAINLESS STEEL DISPLAY UNITS Below: Showing work in progress.
Designed by Nick Marsh of Lawray Architects. Hampstead Village is famous of its intellectual, artistic, music and literary associations and for Hampstead Heath, Londons largest ancient parklands. It is situated just six kilometres from Trafalgar Square. Hampstead Health consists of around 790 acres of meadows, woodlands and ponds. There, you will find various places of interest including a zoo, an athletics track, an education centre, three swimming pools and a Lido. 2014
HAND MADE HELICAL BALUSTRADE. Stainless Steel and Glass Helical Balustrade that was literally hand made on site. HAMPSTEAD LONDON, NW3
This was an extremely complicated Balustrade, as it had multiple radii around the curves, which meant that each post and glass panel had to have a different radius and angle on it. Hampstead London NW3 2014.
STAINLESS STEEL AND GLASS BALUSTRADE WALES 1 BUSINESS PARK, MAGOR Wales 1 Business Park in Monmouthshire is a prestigious new 17-acre business park development and home to a new 127-bedroom Hampton Hotel planned by Hilton. It is a prime location, close to the Celtic Manor (home of the Ryder Cup 2010) and Chepstow Racecourse. Designed by Boyesrees Architects. Contractor was Charnwood Group. Our role was to produce and install a galvanized external fire escape and stainless steel and glass balustrade.
STAINLESS STEEL AND GLASS Wales 1 Business Park, Newport Road, Magor, Caldicot NP26 3DG
BARCLAYS BANK NEATH FOR WILMOTT DIXON STAINLESS STEEL AND GLASS BALUSTRADE Our role was to produce and install Stainless Steel and Glass Balustrading Barclays Bank.
BARCLAYS traces its origins back to 1690 when John Freame and Thomas Gould started trading in Lombard Street, London as Goldsmith Bankers. The name Barclays became associated with the business in 1736, when James Barclay, the son-in-law of John Freame, one of the founders, became a partner in the business.
THE FOUR SEASONS HOTEL - MAYFAIR MIRROR POLISHED STAINLESS STEEL 2015 Our role was to produce these door feature insert panels, in polished stainless steel.
The Four Seasons Hotel in Mayfair is a ten minute walk from Buckingham Palace and is situated in Park Lane, Mayfair in London. October 2014
SHAKESPEARES HOUSE NEW PLACE STRATFORD UPON AVON Our role is to produce and install Stainless Steel Floor Arcs that run the length of the garden. These Arcs are laid in between the Stone Paving. They will be engraved with a series of circular patterns.
New Place, was the second largest house in Stratford Upon Avon when it was bought by William Shakespeare in 1597. By this time, Shakespeare was an established playwright and it is believed that he wrote his later plays at New Place, including The Tempest. New Place is where Shakespeare eventually died in 1616. It was demolished by the Reverend Francis Gastrell in 1759, however the foundations and gardens have been beautifully preserved.