First of 3!
The first of three Downlegs Fabricated in our 50,000 sq ft facility in Bedwas, loaded and off to the painters.
MII Engineering is delighted to announce an exciting new partnership with Pencoed ABGC .
We have agreed to become the exclusive sponsor of the club’s new Under 19s Women’s squad which will start its journey throughout the spring of 2021 in readiness for the 21/22 season.
Club Chairman, Lyn Williams, hailed the partnership as groundbreaking for the development of female football in the town and the wider region, “These are tremendously exciting times for our club. The investment from MII will enable us to provide an enhanced environment for our highly established and successful female players that will allow us to compete with the very best in South Wales.
The U19s Women’s Squad will be based at Bridgend College with our twice weekly training programme starting after the Easter break. The facilities available to this squad will be exceptional and we look forward to developing our relationship with the College to provide an experience for our players that will put their development at the heart of what we want to achieve with this group over the next 3 years and beyond as they progress to senior football.”
Brian Arnesen, the Managing Director of MII Engineering Ltd, underlined the enormous potential of the new partnership, “The ambition driving this programme to develop the U19s Women’s Squad at Pencoed is very exciting and our company is naturally drawn to dynamic projects. I’m excited by the potential of what this squad can achieve and the excellent relationship with the College is a unique dimension that will ensure that the players will have all the assets and infrastructure that they need to grow and compete as a squad. We have supported female football at the club in recent years but the vision underpinning the 19s will take the female pathway at the club to a new level.”
The ambition is to enter to 19s squad into the Welsh Women’s U19s Development League for the 21/22 season. Through the support of MII Engineering Ltd, the squad will utilise the outstanding 3G facilities of Bridgend College and will benefit from an outstanding coaching programme which will focus on the individual and the team. All squad players will be furnished with complimentary training and matchday teamwear.
The establishment of the 19s squad will be the next chapter in the success story of the female football pathway at Pencoed ABGC. Head of Girls Football at the club, Scott Evans, is excited about the journey ahead, “We have a long track record of developing exceptionally talented female footballers; many of whom have played at international and county level. Our current U16s squad has achieved remarkable success during their time in junior football, but now is the time to take the next step into youth football with this group and the door is very much open to ambitious female footballers who would like to join our journey. We also have a brilliant U15s squad who will provide the next generation and we are now focusing on the younger age groups so please do get in touch if you have a football mad daughter.”
The club would like to hear from ambitious female players who would like to join our journey and seize the opportunity to develop within our programme. Training for the U19s squad starts on April 12th at Bridgend College and interested parties can register their interest by following this link: https://forms.gle/ai4qoVZf4hsHwg7K9
Following the successful fabrication and delivery of the 30 metre long duct, the MII Engineering project team are currently managing the site installation.
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Recent fabrication delivered
A sunny day to showcase the latest completed fabrication leaving MII Engineering fabrication workshop. This time it's a 30m long, 4.6m diameter section of ducting for a key client.
& thank you!
A big congratulations to Mike Jenkins & Jamie Morris being recognised for efforts made to improve job card feed back
Pictured here with Managing Director Brian Arnesen
Twin scrubber stack
Tata Steel Port Talbot
MII Total Access has recently completed the scaffold structure to the Twin Scrubber Stack at TATA Steel, Port Talbot.
We are delighted to announce the wedding of our very own Julie Brand.
On a sunny Saturday, 29th of June, Julie married Mark Crandon at Holm House in Penarth.
Julie has now returned from honeymoon as Julie Crandon, please look out for upcoming updates for her contact details, the current email address will still work perfectly fine.
I’m sure you would like to join us in congratulating Julie and wish the happy couple a happy future together.
Temporary Access Bridge designed and erected by MII Total Access, allowing access to top of trains during the construction phase.
MII Engineering are proud to support Mike Williams formerly of Phoenix Saxton Ltd, with his new venture Phoenix Industrial Supplies Ltd. Mike has been involved with industrial consumables for over 25 years, and looks forward to supporting customers old and new.
For all your industrial consumables needs call...
Cardiff 02920 487848
Cross Hands 01269 722500
New Year for a New Look!
As part of our ongoing branding development, we are proud to reveal our first new vehicle livery for 2019.
Ductwork installation during the refurbishment of the No. 5 Blast Furnace for Tata Port Talbot
We have just completed the construction of a section of ductwork for the upcoming refurbishment of the No. 5 Blast Furnace for Tata Port Talbot
Have a look at the duct being manufactured by clicking the time-lapse button below. Also, you can view the transportation and delivery of the 2 duct pipes by clicking on the delivery button.
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