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Balustrade Considerations for Leisure Facilities

Balustrading within pool and leisure environments is more susceptible to corrosion and tea staining, which could compromise the compliance of your system. Ultimately, this could leave your project exposed to a potential health and safety risk. After being asked for advice by a main contractor, Business Development Manager, Garth Boyt, put together the following considerations… Read more »

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25% of Delta Staff Enrolled in Further Education

As a member of the 5% Club, Delta Balustrades are committed to helping the country’s growth agenda. We believe in the importance of developing our people, addressing youth unemployment and tackling the skills shortage. With an amazing 25% of our people enrolled on formalised apprenticeships and graduate development schemes, we asked our current apprentices for… Read more »

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Delta Balustrades Director Qualifies

Congratulations to our Director of Operations, Simon Ebbans, upon completing his NEBOSH, National General Certificate. Delta Balustrades Managing Director, Stephen Boyt, is extremely proud of Simon’s achievement. ‘Simon has worked tirelessly to achieve his NEBOSH certificate and as an organisation, we are very proud of his attitude towards continued professional development. We plan to promote… Read more »

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Delta Foundation raised an additional £15,235 for charity in 2017

In attempt to encourage employees to take their Statutory annual leave entitlement, Delta Balustrades decided to stop paying staff for ‘untaken’ holidays at the end of 2016. However, in some cases, especially where the allowance exceeds the statutory minimum, we still get staff not taking all their holidays. This year we have introduced a new… Read more »

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Delta Launches Learning Academy

You’re Invited… Delta Balustrades is responding to the growing construction sector emphasis on supply chain collaboration and continuous learning with the launch of the ‘Delta Academy’; a not for profit initiative designed to support best practice and knowledge sharing across the sector. Launched with an inaugural Bite Sized CPD training day at the company’s Sandbach… Read more »

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A SOLUTIONS-DRIVEN APPROACH

Improved Installation Integrity Line managers in all kinds of businesses challenge their teams to think of solutions rather than complain about problems. Here at Delta Balustrades, solutions is a philosophy that we apply to our whole approach. In order to deliver a solutions-based business culture in real terms we’ve put learning at the heart of our business…. Read more »

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The NEXT STEPS ON OUR LEARNING JOURNEY

At Delta Balustrades, the whole team works to an ‘every day’s a learning day’ philosophy, and we recently moved that up a gear by holding a ‘Super Learning Day’ for clients, supply chain partners and associates. Designed to offer bite-sized, digestible learning on topics relating to balustrade aesthetics, design and compliance, the event provided a… Read more »

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EVERY DAY’S A LEARNING DAY

American civil engineer, Alfred E Perlman, predicted that ‘learning is what most adults will do for a living in the 21st century’ and, while this is not all we do at Delta Balustrades, it is a significant part of how we operate. We believe that learning shouldn’t be confined to school days. For us, every… Read more »

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DELTA DRIVES SUPPLY CHAIN ENGAGEMENT AT CPD EVENT

What do you get if you combine a BMW i8 with an in-house testing rig and an invited audience of construction sector delegates keen to engage with their supply chain? An amazing day of ideas sharing and learning, that’s what. As part of our Delta Academy initiative, which aims to drive learning both within Delta… Read more »

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CUT THE COST OF CALL BACKS WITH EARLY ENGAGEMENT

Getting a project completed within the designated programme and available budget is an increasingly tough challenge for contractors. Margins are tight and experienced site personnel are hard to come by, so the last thing a contractor needs is a call back to site to address safety, quality or buildability issues. Call backs can be costly… Read more »