Formed in 1985, we have over three decades of powder coating experience. Our longevity and success is built on the philosophy that to retain your business, good service must be delivered consistently and not just at the start of the relationship. C & O Powder Coatings provides industry approved architectural powder coating services. Located in St Helens in the north west, we service a broad range of industries coating a variety of metal components. Powder coating to the highest standards, we have supplied to projects all over the UK including Manchester, Liverpool and London. Throughout our 30 year history we have also been involved in prestigious projects all over the world including Saudi Arabia, Monterrey Mexico, Jamaica and Hong Kong.
Our accreditations mean that customers can also feel confident in our high levels of quality assurance, and the ability to deliver it as part of our everyday service.
Typical client products include aluminium roofing and cladding fabrications, air distribution products, solar shading systems as well as general extrusion and engineered parts.
With the ability to turn orders round quickly, our fleet of wagons can provide a comprehensive delivery and collection service. An extensive stock of RAL and BS colours is maintained, and with the ability to match non-standard shades, C & O Powder Coatings can offer you a flexible approach for your most demanding functional and decorative coating needs.
C & O is proud to have been involved in many prestigious projects over the years. Some of our most recent sites include:
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The University of Manchester has selected framework partner Balfour Beatty to build its new £350m engineering campus.
The Manchester Engineering Campus Development (MECD) is described as “one of the largest, single construction projects ever undertaken by a higher education institution in the United Kingdom”.
The Victoria and Albert museum in London is on the hunt for an architect to design new members' room
The V&A is looking for an architect to design a new £1.3 million members’ room to accommodate its growing number of supporters.
Leeds City Council has handed Interserve a £12.3m contract to refurbish and modernise the city centre’s Grade I listed Kirkgate Market.
Works are expected to last until autumn 2016 but business life will continue during the works for the 200 shops and 150 stall holders in the market place.