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Forest Stewardship Council

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Company details

Since its formation in the early 1980's SHS has installed hundreds of footbridges, boardwalks, jetties and related structures throughout the UK.

We have earned a formidable reputation for delivering high quality products and excellent service from concept to completion.


Design and manufacture

All our structures meet or exceed the requirements of relevant British or European standards and codes of practice. Design and manufacture is carried out by skilled engineers and craftsmen using the most up-to-date equipment. All our work is set in accordance with a quality system that complies with the requirements of NEN-EN-ISO 9001.

CAD drawings are provided with each structure together with supporting design calculations.

All structures meet or exceed current British standards and codes of practice, appropriate to their location.

The right materials

Structures are produced from a range of hardwood materials and may include steel to suit specific technical and environmental requirements. Some aluminium or concrete components may also be incorporated.

As a general policy timber is procured from managed sources. View our environmental policy

SHS win awards

Tilford bridgeThe Tilford Bridge restoration near Farnham Surrey won an Institution of Civil Engineers Historic Bridge and Infrastructure award for main contractor Carillion Regional Civil Engineering. SHS supplied and installed the timber parapets.

Itford Farm Bridleway BridgeThis follows on the heels of a similar success for SHS and Project Managers Interroute at the ICE Kent and East Sussex Thomas Brassey Awards, where the Itford Farm Bridleway Bridge was judged to be the best in its category.

Recently completed projects include a new canal footbridge and associated ramps at Newbury, West Berkshire, and two identical timber bow arch bridleway bridges on the Ridgemont Bypass near Bedford.