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Chiltern in progress

Fri Dec 14 2018 00:00:00 GMT+0000 (GMT)
Chiltern in progress

One of our projects is underway in chiltern. Panels produced & delivered, cranes up and running. Check back soon to see the completed builds.

Movember

Wed Oct 31 2018 00:00:00 GMT+0000 (GMT)
Movember

November is approaching and we will be raising money for the Movember Foundation to support mental health and cancer.

Our staff will be paticipating in this event and for anyone who would like to get involved are welcome too.

Visit our team page in the link below to donate, see more information and join in!

moteam.co

New brand, new website

Mon Oct 01 2018 01:00:00 GMT+0100 (BST)
New brand, new website

Seven oaks Modular has been rebranded with thanks to Techmeleon

A new modern website and technelogical updates to its processes will ensure SOM will continue to be a leader in the timber frame sector manufacturing sector.

Seven Oaks Pricing

Fri Sep 07 2018 01:00:00 GMT+0100 (BST)
Seven Oaks Pricing

SOM have commissioned a new pricing system for the quotation process of tenders. With the assistance of Techmeleon a fully dynamic, structured and adaptable system has been created to produce competative, fast & accurate pricing.

Neath based timber company set to grow by 5 million

Tue Jul 03 2018 01:00:00 GMT+0100 (BST)
Neath based timber company set to grow by 5 million

Seven Oaks Modulars, the award-winning Neath based timber frame manufacturer, looks set to reach its £6million growth target as it doubles its factory space and invests in new staff and equipment.

The company has recently purchased one and a half acres of land adjacent to its existing one acre site. The new space will be incorporated into the current site to create a high end, purpose built environment to store and prepare timber frames.

At present the company produces enough panels to make 12 homes a week, but it is planned that by the end of 2018, that number will double. To enable the increase in output, a £300,000 investment has been made to purchase a new eco press, and £100,000 in new lorries.

Seven Oaks has also invested in new marketing staff, 10 new lorry drivers and two new trainee timber designers. The trainee designers will work across projects for local authorities, private contractors and housing associations, as the company expands its remit and reach across the UK.

Seven Oaks Timberframe currently supplies timber frame and composite construction solutions to major house builders and construction companies across the UK.

It also supplies all the frames required by sister company J G Hale Construction; playing a contributing role in the construction company’s recent success at the LABC South Wales Building Excellence Awards.

The growth has largely been driven by Seven Oaks Timberframe’s development of Triso-warm, an innovative type of insulated timber frame that has the capacity to significantly reduce heating and energy bills.

Earlier this year, Triso-warm became the only UK produced timber frame of its kind to gain BBA approval – the stamp of approval required by the construction industry.

Chairman of Seven Oaks, Jonathan Hale commented:

“This is a really exciting time for Seven Oaks Modular. We have spent a long time building up our staff expertise and investing in the right equipment to produce Triso-warm frames. Now the time is right to take what we’ve achieved and significantly increase our output. Having the extra land, new drivers and designers joining will enable us to make the leap a reality.”

Seven Oaks attends the Explore Offsite South West Conference in Exeter

Tue Apr 03 2018 01:00:00 GMT+0100 (BST)
Seven Oaks attends the Explore Offsite South West Conference in Exeter
Senior Designer Warren Rowlands and Business Development Officer Robert Spear meeting with Aquarian Cladding Systems.

Explore Offsite Exeter – Two members of our team at Seven Oaks recently attended the Explore Offsite South West Conference in Exeter. Senior Designer Warren Rowlands and Business Development Officer Robert Spear met with various offsite organisations to gain further knowledge and insight into the Offsite modular movement, which is showing great opportunity within the construction community in the UK.

Seven Oaks moving forward are looking to introduce more bespoke modular products in to their range as the UK housing market leans towards offsite production as a means to counteract a skills shortage within the construction sector.

Triso-Warm achieves BBA approval

Tue Aug 15 2017 01:00:00 GMT+0100 (BST)

Seven Oaks, wales leading timber frame manufacturer and supplier, has been granted approval by the british board of agrément for Triso-Warm®, an innovative timber frame building panel which has the capacity to cut heating and energy bills to virtually zero. Triso-warm achieves ultra-low u-values with high strength panels, promoting off-site manufacture with factory controlled quality.

Always insist on BBA approved panels

Third party certification is extremely important for construction products. Certification means that an independent body has reviewed the manufacturing process of a particular product. It has been independently determined that the final product complies with safety, industry standards. Quality and conforms to british and european standards.

This valuable third party endorsement for a product’s performance gives specifiers and contractors extra reassurance that products have been rigorously tested.

Seven Oaks Timber Frame are proud sponsors of the 2016 Building Excellence Awards

Thu Oct 20 2016 01:00:00 GMT+0100 (BST)
Seven Oaks Timber Frame are proud sponsors of the 2016 Building Excellence Awards

For the second year running Seven Oaks are proud to be the main sponsor of the labc building excellence awards a prestigeous event for professionals to be recognised and celebrate their achievements in the construction industry. They reward excellent buildings, outstanding companies, and partnerships and individuals that go that extra mile.

The LABC network covers all local authorities in England and Wales and is split into 12 regions, each of which holds their own awards.

Unlike other awards, it’s not all about looks! LABC consider other vital elements including:

  • High levels of compliance with building regulations
  • Effective working relationships with LABC surveyors
  • Outstanding craftsmanship
  • Technical innovation
  • Sustainability and high performance
  • Ability to solve technical problems with creative solutions
  • Use of innovative products and the skills to overcome difficult site conditions

Regional winners in each category are automatically shortlisted for the LABC Grand Finals which are held in London.