Dura Composites have been honoured with its second Queen’s Award for Enterprise, presented today by The Lord-Lieutenant of Essex Mrs Jennifer Tolhurst at the company’s brand-new Operations Centre in Clacton-on-Sea.
Having previously won a prestigious Queen’s Award for Enterprise in International Trade in 2017, this time the Essex-based company, which is now entering its 25th year of trading, has been recognised for its outstanding Innovation – thanks largely to the success of its rapid-deployment composite train station platform.
As a manufacturer providing products and services to critical sectors, it has been vital that the company remained safely operational in a Covid19-secure environment during the most recent lockdown, so that customers could obtain the products they needed to build and repair the UK’s homes and transport infrastructure.
We are one of the world’s leading suppliers of GRP, Aluminium, WPC Composite Timber and PVC composite products and have maintained our reputation as leaders in innovation for almost a quarter of a century, taking a collaborative approach to working with our Public and Private sector clients. Here are a few great reasons to work with us:
Unique products backed up by demonstrably better specification.
We support your design services across all phases of the project lifecycle.
Our live load testing data is freely available helping you make decisions based on real data to ensure max safety for your project.
We only offer the right solution, decisions based on facts.
We were awarded the prestigious Queen’s Award for Enterprise in 2017 and 2020 in recognition of our success in growing and championing the use of composite materials across the globe. Our added value services include in-house CAD and Structural Engineering teams who can be utilised both for stand-alone design and as part of larger integrated design schemes. Our specialist cutting and fabrication teams offer a full range of services to ensure you can install with confidence.