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We offer...

  • All manner of new-build, refurbishment and fit-out of pubs, hotels and restaurants
  • Close cooperation with architects, engineers and other professional advisers
  • Timely execution, disruption limited to allow existing operations to continue trading
  • Structural steel for new structures, extensions and open-plan interiors
  • Surveying and 3D modelling
  • Bar frontages, bespoke glass and bottle racks and shelving, servery shelving, footrests
  • Interior and exterior cladding
  • Architectural and functional staircases and ramps, access and escape stairs
  • Steelwork for glazing and windows
  • Effects such as hammered and blackened steel, burnished copper etc
  • Lighting supports
  • Railings
  • Pizza oven enclosure


Steel Services for Pubs, Restaurants and Hotels

BS Steels provides a full range of structural steel and services within the hospitality sector.

From structural steel for new build or major reconstruction projects, to architectural steel features, to bespoke bar furnishings, we are ideal partners for pub, restaurant and hotel operators. We work for many of the UK’s leading hospitality companies, as well as individual operators.

Pub and Restaurant Refurbishments

pubs and restaurants refurbished by BS SteelsA successful refurbishment requires a partnership approach, to deal with the unique challenges of each project. Many pubs and restaurants close for refurbishment only for a limited period, with a demanding schedule; some remain open during alterations.

However careful the initial survey and planning, interpretation of immediate site requirements is often required as buildings reveal their hidden secrets. BS Steels works hand-in-glove with contractors to provide real-time solutions.

Interior fit-out and architectural steel

We also supply interior and architectural features in brass, stainless or mild steel. Examples include bar frontages, staircases and ramps, bespoke glass and bottle racks, footrests, shelving, steelwork for glazing, lighting supports, railings.

A recent project involved fitting out a servery, with the inside of the kitchen visible to diners. On the same project, we were asked to supply the enclosure for a pizza oven (pictured below): we are always happy to rise to a challenge!

Increasingly, we are being asked for effects such as hammered or blackened steel or burnished copper, or to work in materials such as pewter and zinc, matching the pub or restaurant’s theme.

bssteels work on navigation inn cosgrove

Structural and supporting steel

BS Steels has designed and supplied structural steel for varied new-build, extension and refurbishment projects in the hospitality sector. These include:

  • structural steel for brand-new hotels and accommodation blocks.
  • structural steel for dining areas, conservatories, a ballroom, a theatre and auditorium, and even a wedding chapel!
  • supporting and strengthening steelwork to create open-plan interiors.
  • total hotel refurbishment after catastrophic fire damage.
  • access staircases, fire escapes and balcony structures.

Please visit our project reports on the new Ham Yard Hotel, Soho, the rebuilding of the Ryde Castle Hotel after catastrophic fire damage, and the continued development of the Old Thorns Manor Hotel. These list the steel products and services supplied to these prestigious hotel projects.

To discuss your needs, please call Roger Slade on 07802 265438, or E-mail

Ham yard Hotel, Soho, London; steelwork by BS Steels

trusses manufactured and installed by BS Steels, Great Windmill Street, London

16-metre steel railing installed at Ham Yard Hotel
Ham Yard Hotel, Soho finished frontage (top), 20m trusses manufactured and installed by BS Steels, 16-metre steel railing.

3D model of Old Thorns Hotel ballroom extension
Old Thorns Hotel: 3D model of new 500-seater ballroom and upstairs function room.
structural steel support at ryde castle hotel
Structural steel support at Ryde castle Hotel, Isle of Wight, after catastrophic fire damage.