Further investment

Multifab and EAG are delighted to formally announce that we have successfully acquired further development land adjacent to our Attleborough facility.

The land consists of 1.9 acres which takes the total area of the premises to 4.2 acres. This considerable investment will not only allow us to more efficiently handle and store manufactured products, but also gives us the potential to significantly increase production and office space in the future. Clearly, this is the first step and further investment will be required for future development of this opportunity.



Our sister company EAG are about to commence door/window installation at Embassy Gardens Phase 2, continuous fabrication of approximately 1000 units by Multifab will feed the programme.


Ballymore EG

Ballymore have selected our sister company English Architectural Glazing as specialist facade trade contractor to provide a mixture of high performance aluminium curtain walling, windows, sliding doors and rain screen cladding which Multifab will supply for this multi million pound residential development.

Embassy Gardens is a prestigious development located at the heart of the Nine Elms in the South Bank Opportunity Area which will be a landmark riverside neighbourhood adjacent to the new US Embassy.  With an enviable central location on the banks of the Thames and close to London’s cultural Southbank, Embassy Gardens takes in spectacular views of Westminster to the east, Chelsea and Pimlico to the north and the iconic Battersea Power Station to the west.

The most unusual feature of the whole development is without doubt the “Skypool” linking two blocks at level ten allowing residents to swim across from one block to the other whilst looking down through the water to street level some 30m below. Not a dip for the faint hearted!

Edward Whipp, Pre-Construction Director of EAG, comments “We are excited to add this major project to our broad portfolio of recent contract wins in the London market and are delighted to be working with Ballymore again”.

EAG will commence on site autumn 2017.

 Architects:  Reddy Architecture + Urbanism
Client: Eco World Ballymore Embassy gardens Company Limited
Image courtesy of: Ballymore Group



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Multifab prepare the top corner unit for Lombard Street.

Lombard corner

See the right angle!

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PLEASE DONATE -BHF – London to Brighton Sunday 18th June

We are pleased to support our team member Peter Dalby with his bike ride challenge  from London to Brighton on the 18th of June, raising money for the British Heart Foundation.

Peter D Challange
Your generosity to this cause is most appreciated please follow the link to make your donation BHF London to Brighton Bike Ride 2017
Best of LUCK Peter

“With Flying Colours”

The Lombard St unitised sections get weathertight approval from the test rig team.IMG_20170403_132711 IMG_20170403_120804

Thanks for the photos Josh.


The unitised sections manufactured by MFL are ready and waiting for the weathertight test.

Unitised LombardThese sections will predominantly form the facade at 30 Lombard St.


Test Rig

Unitised Cassettes for 30 Lombard Street undergo the test rig procedure.

Lombard test rig Lombard drawing



1444209537_lombard-streetFabrication of the unitised stone clad column cassettes are underway for our sister company EAG.

Mildenhall frames Unitised cass

The stone cassettes will form part of the external envelope for this building,  cleverly blending in with the neighboring  listed architecture of the area.

Good Timing

Multifab finish the Clock Face for EAG's project at No.8 Salisbury Square to complete the final stages of the facade installation.

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