NEWS

By Graham Shaw 07 Dec, 2016

This year has seen continued growth for the business in all areas, to reflect this we have welcomed a lot of new key staff members and further improved the production facilities.

One of these staff members has been Roy Fern, who has come into the business as one of our designers, we have asked Roy to comment on the beginning of his journey here and this is what he had to say:

"I joined Thorp at the beginning of August this year, coming from a mechanical/fabrication background to be initially involved in R&D projects using solid works. However, the past few months here have proved far more interesting and varied than I could have hoped for.

Work has included rapid prototyping and producing models on a 3d printer, (at which I’ve become rather adept at pulling apart and putting back together) and at this moment in time I’m currently getting to grips with Tekla using it to detail panel drawings and gaining a greater knowledge of the end product.

The pace here is fast, dynamic and interesting, and I am looking forward to what the future holds."

We believe that Talent is the foundation of our business here at Thorp and continue to challenge and deveolp peoples skill sets. We therefore hope Roy continues to enjoy his time here.

By Graham Shaw 02 Dec, 2016
Thorp Precast have so many new and exciting projects that they have been working on recently that we have decided than rather just upload these projects to our existing website, we would create a new site to showcase them. The previous website was provided by a thrid party website developer and needed maintaining as we looked to add to it, this time around we have developed it from scatch and in house, meaning we can very quickly add to our projects and news and keep everyone updated with our current projects.

We were keen to keep the website as an easy flowing and fluid site. In our industry we truly believe in the saying that a picture is worth a thousand words, and from experience this is the best way we can showcase our projects to you, both completed project images and progress shots along the way.

We have taken inspiration from the Thorp Precast gallery that we created via FlickR and also integrated cool features like Our projects by Map with the Google Maps Creator and also embedded some of our Videos from our You Tube channel .

We hope to maintain the fresh new look and keep everyone updated with our projects as they progress.
By Graham Shaw 07 Dec, 2016

This year has seen continued growth for the business in all areas, to reflect this we have welcomed a lot of new key staff members and further improved the production facilities.

One of these staff members has been Roy Fern, who has come into the business as one of our designers, we have asked Roy to comment on the beginning of his journey here and this is what he had to say:

"I joined Thorp at the beginning of August this year, coming from a mechanical/fabrication background to be initially involved in R&D projects using solid works. However, the past few months here have proved far more interesting and varied than I could have hoped for.

Work has included rapid prototyping and producing models on a 3d printer, (at which I’ve become rather adept at pulling apart and putting back together) and at this moment in time I’m currently getting to grips with Tekla using it to detail panel drawings and gaining a greater knowledge of the end product.

The pace here is fast, dynamic and interesting, and I am looking forward to what the future holds."

We believe that Talent is the foundation of our business here at Thorp and continue to challenge and deveolp peoples skill sets. We therefore hope Roy continues to enjoy his time here.

By Graham Shaw 02 Dec, 2016
Thorp Precast have so many new and exciting projects that they have been working on recently that we have decided than rather just upload these projects to our existing website, we would create a new site to showcase them. The previous website was provided by a thrid party website developer and needed maintaining as we looked to add to it, this time around we have developed it from scatch and in house, meaning we can very quickly add to our projects and news and keep everyone updated with our current projects.

We were keen to keep the website as an easy flowing and fluid site. In our industry we truly believe in the saying that a picture is worth a thousand words, and from experience this is the best way we can showcase our projects to you, both completed project images and progress shots along the way.

We have taken inspiration from the Thorp Precast gallery that we created via FlickR and also integrated cool features like Our projects by Map with the Google Maps Creator and also embedded some of our Videos from our You Tube channel .

We hope to maintain the fresh new look and keep everyone updated with our projects as they progress.
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