We specialise in the design, supply and installation of precast concrete floors and stairs for a vast range of nationwide clients.
Operating from our office and yard near the New Forest, our flexibility allows us to offer a quick turnaround on quotes and layout drawings. Delivery lead times are also excellent and suitable for most build programs, even when time scales are short.
Above: Beam and Block installation on site at Winkton
Beam and Block is a highly practical solution for ground and upper floors. It is well suited to open plan designs with large span requirements and has an efficent installation process that provides an immediate working platform.
We offer a free quote and design service for your Beam and Block project, with good lead times for all order sizes - please refer to our services for more information about design, supply and installation.
Above: Su-Fix Terex-Demag 50 tonne crane carrying out Hollowcore slab lifts
We operate a fully insured Terex-Demag 50 tonne crane. Dependent on availability and requirements we are also able to source alternative crane options from a range of established and reliable plant operators.
Cranes are available for short and long term periods at competitive rates - as a member of the Construction Products Association all plant we provide is hired under their terms and conditions which are available on request.
We can also provide a full Contract Lifting service which complies with British Standards. Plant will be operated by CPCS qualified and competent personnel who will work within the machines' capabilities and ensure a safe and efficient solution to your lifting project.
Su-Fix was started in 2001 by Jamie Jewell and Tom Woodyatt, carrying out Beam and Block design work as well as operating a gravel pit in Landford. In 2003 focus on supply and installation of floor beams increased, with Tom dealing with the day-to-day running of the office and Jamie taking responsibility for fixing on site during the day and completing designs and quotes in the evenings and weekends.
From 2004 to 2005 we migrated from a lean-to at Jamie's house to the New Forest Enterprise Centre, then onto an office on Rumbridge Street in Totton. This period also saw Tom's retirement and succession by Jamie's wife Amanda.
By 2006 the need for larger premises resulted in the purchase of our current home, an old ice cream factory at the end of Brokenford Lane, also in Totton. This was converted into an office and yard, allowing us to further develop our workforce and scope of operations.
The past 14 years have seen success and growth thanks to our commitment to our clients, which has allowed us to get involved in various local and national causes by sponsoring football, rugby, wheelchair rugby and karate clubs and events. With Mark Jauncey and Adam Smith joining the Jewells on the Board of Directors, and an expanded range of products and services including Hollowcore Slab, Staircases and our own mobile crane, we are confident in our ability to provide our customers with a complete concrete flooring service.