New deal sees Siniat acquire EOS Facades

Published:  14 April, 2016

EOS Facades is pleased to announce that the company has been acquired by the prominent dry construction solutions company, Siniat.

The acquisition follows a decade of significant investment in developing the EOS Facades product and service range, underpinned by investment in design and manufacturing technology, coming together to deliver steel framing systems across a wide range of construction sectors.

Significant investment has resulted in EOS experiencing considerable growth through forming strategic alliances with some major players in the construction industry, including Kier, Bam and Barratt London. EOS has been directly involved with projects such as the £80m North West Cambridge Development, Fulham Wharf, Enderby Wharf and the Education Funding Agency project to deliver six schools across the Midlands.

Steve Thompson, managing director of EOS Facades said: "This as an investment for the future and for manufacturing jobs here in County Durham. EOS Facades is an ambitious company and this deal will open up further opportunities for investment and innovation to ensure we remain at the forefront of research and development and to meet the exacting demands of the construction industry.

"Siniat's vision is to be the leading expert in dry construction; steel frame systems is a key component of this service offer. Our combination of technical knowledge, innovation and manufacturing expertise will allow us to bring new solutions to create the buildings of tomorrow."

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