Continue to develop high performing people & strive to build a legacy of excellence within our sectors.
Our business model is based on a partnership with our customer to ensure that every interaction is intended to support the customer which in turn assists our business to learn and grow. Our organisation thrives from successful delivery for our customers, we make every decision based on how well it serves them.
Our employees and the internal relationships developed over time are the beating heart of the Shepley Group, this significantly contributes to our ongoing success. We continually develop our employees to enable them to achieve their full potential and have a proven history of internal progression.
Right First Time
We have a passion for accuracy and getting it right first time, every time. Our teams work diligently to implement our proven processes and procedures throughout the lifecycle of a Project and by doing so we believe we will provide and demonstrate excellence by all of our people throughout our organisation.
Our success stems from the ethos across the business to drive projects and achieve positive outcomes for our customers and delivery partners. Our agile structure allows us to quickly adapt to situations and our experienced resources are committed to listen to our customers needs whilst looking for ways to improve.
Go Home Safe
We have a duty of care to our employees and we are dedicated to sending them home safe every single day. Our RoSPA awards are testament to this.
We are a part of several large consortia, and work collaboratively to deliver the best possible result for the client.
We are always looking to learn from experience and develop our service, building a legacy of excellence in our sectors.
Invest In Our People
Our people are our biggest asset. Developing them ensures a successful delivery for the client and increases local skills.
Frank Shepley forms Shepley Engineers in Manchester on 8th January 1948
Work commences on stainless ducting systems on Windscales Reactors
Commissioning begins on the world’s first commercial nuclear power station, Calder Hall
Construction starts on THORP (Thermal Oxide Reprocessing Plant) in Sellafield
Shepley complete major iron restoration project on the Grade 1 listed Dorchester Hotel, London
Shepley start work at Springfields, decommissioning Beryllium Laboratories.
Renew Holdings purchase Shepley Engineers
Acquisition of West Cumberland Engineering
Acquisition of PPS Electrical
Work begins on Evaporator D
Shepley begin work on Houses of Parliament cast iron roof restoration
Acquisition of Nuclear Decontamination Services
Shepley commence work on Diesel Generators at Hinkley Point C