Scorpion involved from an early stage with the new Rolvenden Station Building - Extract from Rail Construction News, July 2015.
Scorpion is a leader in the design and quality construction of steel framed buildings for a number of sectors. The firm has been in business for more than 40 years and since its inception has established a loyal and progressive customer base with many of the firms innovations emanating from customer-led requirements. The firm has worked on the Kent and East Sussex Railway (KESR) station with Raymond Brown as well as on other railway buildings in Hampshire.
Scorpion have also been involved in the construction of an array of structures from breweries to aircraft hangars. Scorpion were involved with the Rolvenden Station building from the initial design to the actual construction of the steel frame and then the cladding for the roof and sides. Scorpion Contracts Director Lee Parry commented: “We were pleased to work on such an interesting project with an excellent charitable organisation and to develop our relationship with the rail industry. At Scorpion we pride ourselves on the quality of our buildings and our attention to detail. The quality of each component, from the galvanised frame to the smallest tech screw, means that a Scorpion building looks as good after ten years as on the day it was built.”