Task Welding On-site Hits 20 Years

Way back when in 1996 Task opened its site department to the local areas of Southampton and Portsmouth, catering for the marine and on-shore oil and gas facilities with just two coded welders and one site van , specialising in smaller diameter pipework from one inch up to four inch in carbon/stainless steels and some exotics it kept the guys very busy!

After looking more into site work hours, health & safety and distances that were being covered it was becoming increasing clear it had to expand to support larger projects from our customers.


Task proceeded ahead and opened a new site office in Portsmouth June 2000 to keep up with ongoing enquires, with this bringing three new out fitted vehicles to the fleet, three welders/two more admin staff and site manager David Wells, like with any projects as they get bigger so does the equipment, taking on heavier fabrications and pipework welding plant had to be updated to cope with new projects ahead.


With enquires and projects now cover a radius of 400 miles by 2010 Task brought a new unit to run its site department along side its in-house factory, now covering many sectors of engineering including Petro-Chem/Subsea/oil gas/Marine/Structural and Motorsport in a wide range of welding processes.


2016 Task has permanently based contracts in London seeing half our site force working in and around the area specialising in coded welding and NDT for many structural projects.


Dave Wells, Site Manager at Task Welding , says: “I am very proud of the outstanding customer service that Task Welding provides to its customers, the job takes me all over the UK understanding new projects and meeting new customers on a weekly bases, I see the site department grow every year and I have a great team around from the engineers to admin staff”

For site welding projects, fabrication, NDT or pressure testing services, simply call 023 92 690868 or visit our website www.TaskWelding.com to get in touch.


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