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UK Tower supplier proves UK suppliers can stack up

Originally Published on the 10th January 2012

Good news for Wales this week as a new contract for wind turbines was awarded to the renewable based engineering firm, Maby Bridge. The contract from German company Nordex is for building 35 wind turbine towers for wind farm sites... Continue Reading

Slick operations see’s Slug Catchers moved

Originally Published on the 1st January 2012

MORE than 1,000 tonnes of equipment, to enable the processing of gas from a new North Sea pipeline, has been lifted into place on Teesside. In a meticulously planned and executed transport and hoist operation lasting five days, four 250-tonne,... Continue Reading

ABLE announces new Managing Director

Originally Published on the 27th November 2011

A local man who has spent much of his working life involved in the development of one of the North’s most diverse business groups has been appointed as its new Managing Director. Andrew Jacques, previously the Group Operations Director with... Continue Reading

Former footballer has world at his feet – kicks off a new career in Civil Engineering

Originally Published on the 8th September 2011

promising young footballer, who was on the books of Middlesbrough FC, has turned his back on the glitz and glamour of a life in the beautiful game to carve out a new career in civil engineering at Able UK on... Continue Reading

ABLE welcomes Enterprise Zone vote of confidence

Originally Published on the 17th August 2011

Confirmation today that ABLE UK‟s multi-million pound Marine Energy Park project will be at the heart of the largest Enterprise Zone in the country has been welcomed as ‘great news for our company, great news for the thousands of people... Continue Reading

Able Energy Park approved

Originally Published on the 24th June 2011

As ABLE UK finalises its plans for £400million Marine Energy Park on the South Bank of the Humber—and takes a major step forward in its other major proposal for a logistics and business park—the company has thrown its weight behind... Continue Reading