To create the top-quality staircases demanded by today’s market, Spiral incorporate a range of materials with many techniques and processes to manufacture a premium quality product.

The skills and operations required to make a staircase are wide and varied, spanning from highly skilled time served craftsmen working with metal and wood by hand and eye, to state of the art CAD controlled machinery to cut and form the most intricate and complicated shapes. Every operation is carried out under Spiral’s externally audited quality control system, with each staircase and its components manufactured to order for the individual project. All materials are carefully sourced to ensure they are of the required specification and quality, then allocated to the project.

Spiral’s philosophy has always been to directly manufacture in house to maintain quality control at all stages of the project. A stair may contain as many as half a dozen different materials, each requiring different manufacturing techniques and operations. Curved staircases require full assembly to ensure a perfect fit when taken to site for final assembly.

  • Achilles Building Confidence
  • ISO 9001:2008
  • EN1090-1:2009+A1:2011
  • Builders Profile
  • CHAS (Contractors Health & Safety Assessment scheme)
  • Constructionline
  • Investors In People Bronze
  • SMAS Worksafe Contractor
  • CPCS Appointed Person (Lifting Operations)
  • NVQ Level 3 Controlling Lifting Operations
  • CPCS Slinger/Signaller
  • PASMA
  • IPAF Static Boom 1b
  • IPAF Power Access
  • IPAF Mobile Vertical & Mobile Boom
  • Site Supervision Safety Certificate
  • CSCS
  • SMTS 

BABRAHAM CAMPUS

Spiral have recently completed two spectacular external helical staircases for Babraham Science Park near Cambridge, working with Kier Construction and Archial Architects. 

The stairs feature sweeping horizontal balustrading with stainless steel handrails and feature inset LED lighting, ...

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SPIRAL APPEAR ON COUNTRYFILE!

One of Spiral's more unusual projects recently appeared on BBC flagship programme Countryfile, when presenter Adam Henson reported on the latest developments from the Met Office in accurately forecasting rain.

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"HELICAL MASTERPIECE" ON GRAND DESIGNS

Spiral UK featured on Channel 4’s highly acclaimed Grand Designs programme again. Kevin McCloud, made specific mention of Spiral UK’s stunning central spiral staircase, calling it a “helical masterpiece”.

Located in the heart of the Jersey property, nominated for ...

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