HTA Group achieves BS EN 1090 EXC 2 Certification

HTA Group has successfully achieved full CE Marking compliance with certification to BS EN 1090, up to and including Execution Class 2.

The certification means the Coventry-based subcontract manufacturer is now able to deliver consistently high quality steel and aluminium structures, whilst conforming to customer demands and applicable statutory and regulatory requirements. The new certification complements HTA’s existing ISO 9001:2008 accreditation as well as various other approvals which are held from OEM customers.

Wayne Wild, HTA Group’s managing director, said: “HTA’s new accreditation is a testament to our commitment to improving quality throughout the company. Our primary objective is to meet and surpass the needs of our customers, and this new accreditation will enable HTA to make great strides in the fabrication industry.”

Structural metalwork in the UK is CE marked under the Construction Products Regulations (CPR), and the new certification will allow HTA to design, manufacture (including welding) and install structural work in steel and aluminium up to and including Execution Class 2.

Last year the company invested more than £2 million in automated laser profiling technology. This is in addition to parent company WEC Group’s £11 million investments in new machinery and workspace, including £7 million on a new 300,000ft2 factory in South Yorkshire.

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