The company diversified into building cladding, motorway bridge fascia system (patented), chemical plant (tanks, vats, fume canopies, fume stacks, insulated jam containers etc). In 1975 the ‘onion shaped’ SPEL Septic tank was produced and attained the company’s first Agrément Certificate in 1977.
In 1989 the company became specialists in filament wound underground tanks for many uses. Today the plant has modern ‘state of the art’ filament winding and computerised robotic moulding and end dome machines for fast, quality assured production.
This Post Office building was clad with SPEL GRP panels with a textured bronze metallic finish, incorporating a lightweight steel frame, internal lining and insulation for quick site fixing.