Category: Industry

13Nov

Fusion is first in UK to use Dalux Field app

Fusion Building Systems, an offsite manufacturer of light gauge steel panelised superstructures has become the first company in the UK to use exclusive, interactive site management software developed by Danish company, Dalux. Already in use on three of its developments in Durham, Leeds and Birmingham, Fusion invested in the Dalux Field app after seeing the […]

21Aug

Fusion moves from trial to live with Barratt

Following its successful completion of an offsite trial project with Barratt Developments last year, Fusion Building Systems is now working on its first live site with the residential housebuilder. Work started on site for Fusion at Barratt’s Cane Hill Park development in Coulsdon, Surrey in June. Over the past eight weeks, the designer and manufacturer […]

2Aug

Tenants Take the Offsite Tour

Ahead of construction work starting on site at Little Cross Street in Northampton, Fusion Building Systems took tenants and senior personnel of Northampton Partnership Homes (NPH) on a tour of its manufacturing facility, where the light gauge steel superstructures for their new housing will be designed and made. The tour took place on Wednesday 26th […]

24Jul

Fusion completes on luxury student accommodation in Birmingham

Fusion Building Systems has completed its work on Birmingham’s new high end student accommodation 88 Bromsgrove House, on behalf of Shaylor Group. The offsite light gauge steel superstructure manufacturer has once again proved that modern methods of construction are the answer when build programmes are tight and site access is limited, by erecting the seven […]

20Jul

Farmer and Fusion Collaborate on Offsite Futures

Mark Farmer, author of the acclaimed ‘Modernise or Die’ construction industry report and Fusion Building Systems, a national offsite light gauge steel superstructure manufacturer, met this week to discuss ways of developing new training and career opportunities within the offsite construction sector. Taking their lead from the Construction Industry Training Board (CITB)’s report published in […]

31May

Fusion steps up recruitment drive to meet offsite demand

Northampton-based Fusion Building Systems has recently appointed two new team members and advertised for a further seven, in response to new contracts being won by the business as the popularity of offsite construction methods increases. Mark Webb has joined the light gauge steel superstructure manufacturer as a Project Site Manager from Stewart Milne Timber Systems, […]

22May

Full marks for Fusion

Fusion Building Systems has successfully passed its transfer assessments to the ISO9001 and ISO14001 2015 revisions without incurring any non-conformance remarks, making them a top quality company to work with.The ISO standards specifically for quality management and environmental systems are key to Fusion’s work in the offsite construction industry, where developers can be severely penalised […]

20Mar

Fusion off to a flying start at Shorey Bank

After starting work at the Shorey Bank extra care facility development in Blackburn in February, Fusion Building Systems has already scooped two awards from community regeneration specialist Keepmoat – ‘Contractor of the Month’ and ‘Employee of the Month’. Fusion earned the title ‘Contractor of the Month’ based on the quality of product it supplied to […]

15Mar

Fusion Building Systems shortlisted for the Construction News Awards 2017

Fusion Building Systems has been selected as a finalist in the Supply Chain Excellence category of the 2017 Construction News Awards, making the shortlist from among a fantastic number of entrants. Before the awards, all finalists will attend face-to-face judging by members of the 60-strong jury, made up of the most influential clients and experts […]

27Feb

Fusion to rewrite a fairytale at Ecobuild 2017

On Thursday 9th March, Robert Clark, head of business development at Fusion Building Systems, will speak at the Explore Offsite Hub at Ecobuild 2017 about rewriting the classic fairy tale ‘The Three Little Pigs’, to include a fourth little pig’s home which is made out of steel. Presenting alongside industry peers in one of Explore […]