07 July 2008
This year Cleveland Sitesafe are celebrating 20 years in operation. The company was originally set up by Mike Scaife (current MD) and the late Frank Miller to produce hazardous substance storage to help horticultural and agricultural enterprises comply with legislation for the safe storage of chemicals. The business later expanded to include secure storage of tools and equipment.
We now supply a vast array of modular and portable buildings with an ever expanding list of other products including bridges, seating shelters, and bunker wall systems.
Mike Scaife would like to thank our many customers and suppliers past and present for there business and support over the last 20 years and hope that together we can continue to make a difference to the communities we and our customers serve.
The addition of the two new buildings has significantly improved the grounds operation area allowing us to fully to comply with our health and safety obligations. As well as meeting the legal side the buildings offer first class garage accommodation to high value kit which would otherwise deteriorate quickly sitting outside.
Alan Ferguson Head of Grounds & Estates, National Football Centre.
We have had many Sitesafe products over a number of years. We find Sitesafe helpful with the initial design through to installation and their products have proved to be robust.
K. Chant, Bristol City Council
Cleveland Sitesafe have provided Fairburn Ings Nature Reserve with three anti-vandal steel hides built to our specification, they have proved to be very successful and stood up to attempted vandalism with little damage, they are also cheaper than similar sized wooden structures and a lot easier to keep clean and maintain.
Steve Wadsworth Senior Warden Aire Valley Reserves
Excellent company to do business with.
Westbrook Hay School Hemel Hempstead
You'll love our full design and installation service.
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