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Kibble Palace Restoration

Kibble Palace is a wrought iron framed glasshouse dating from the 19th century and covering 2137m². Originally designed for a domestic property, it was shipped up the river Clyde by barge and erected in 1873 at its current location. By 2004, the ironwork was showing

St Pancras Station Restoration

St Pancras Station was opened in 1868 and is one of the wonders of Victorian engineering. The station was built by the Midland Railway Company (MRC) to connect London with some of England’s major cities. The iron and glass roof of the Barlow Shed was

HASO Cell Strip Out

The forerunner to THORP, the plant was constructed in 1952 and last used in 1973. Due to high levels of radiation and contamination, innovative size reduction techniques and contamination control measures were required to design, develop and manufacture equipment for the removal of 50 tonnes

Sampling for Characterisation

The Shepley Decontamination Services (SDS) Specialists were engaged to undertake a series of sampling and characterisation tasks at the Chapelcross site as part of the site wide Intermediate Level Waste characterisation program. These included the sampling of reactor desiccant driers, pond sludges and the internal

Shepley Group Land Hat-Trick of RoSPA Awards

The Shepley Group are celebrating again after landing another hat-trick of internationally-recognised awards, for demonstrating high health and safety standards, taking them to a combined 58 years of Gold Awards. Organisations receiving awards from the Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents are recognised as

Shepley Group Sponsor Cumbria Cricket Girls U15

The Shepley Group have today extended their support for local amateur youth sport, having signed a sponsorship agreement with Cumbria Cricket U15’s Girls team.   This will not only support the development of the sport in Cumbria, but supports the County Cricket Board’s aim of

Shepley Group and Story Collaborate for Grassroots Football

The Shepley Group and Story Contracting recently worked together on the installation of a ‘respect barrier’ handrail for Cleator Moor Celtic FC’s junior team. The requirement for a barrier was introduced by the Football Association as part of their Respect campaign and is designed to

Shepley Apprentice to Join MP Livestream

Shepley Engineers business admin apprentice, Rosie Harrison, will be joining Member of Parliament for Copeland Trudy Harrison for a live webinar discussing apprenticeships this Friday. The event will take place on Friday 11th February at 10:00 – 11:00, and will see Rosie and Trudy accompanied

#AskAnApprentice | National Apprenticeship Week

To mark National Apprenticeship Week’s #AskAnApprentice, we sat down with some of our apprentices and found out what life was like as an apprentice in the Shepley Group, and answer any questions any future apprentices may have. “When in school, I was uncertain which career

FLOC Retrievals

The FLOC Retrievals Project is aimed at facilitating the retrieval of flocs (an intermediate level waste) from the holding tanks to the storage tanks. It is anticipated that the current holding tanks will continue to degrade. CNSL have been engaged to design, manufacture, inactively test,