With the South East currently benefiting from a construction industry boom and high levels of growth predicted throughout the coming years, we at Sykes Pumps have a vested interest in monitoring future developments.
Having been immersed in this particular field for more than a century and a half, the building sector is particularly important to us as a company. Our involvement in countless high profile projects in London alone substantiate this, including controlling groundwater on the Gherkin site, river diversion at the Olympic Park and removing contaminants prior to the Millennium Dome’s construction.
It is therefore with great excitement that we announce our attendance of the London Build expo on the 18th and 19th of June – ironically held at the 02 Arena in Greenwich! Our stand (C9) will be located parallel to the registration area and manned by friendly staff who look forward to discussing our services and capabilities with you.
As well as interacting with visitors across the two days, Sykes Pumps will also be running a competition during the exhibition – with a luxurious night for two in London on offer to the winner. All you have to do to enter is guess the year in which one of our classic pumps was originally manufactured. The unit will be showcased on our stand so make sure you take the opportunity to have a closer look before submitting your answer!
We have also produced a short video documenting the business’ expansion since foundation, drawing reference to our heritage and the broad array of assignments completed in the years since. This is now live on the Andrews Sykes Hire Youtube channel but will also loop in the background of our London Build stand.
As the country’s largest suppliers of specialist pumping equipment, we have an unrivalled track record of making recommendations on an individual basis. So if you have any potential requirements for an impending venture or you’d like to gain a better understanding of how we can assist, we would gladly welcome the opportunity to communicate in more depth.