Specialist Products
Permanent Formwork System at Devoran Metals in the South West.
Novoform Permanent Formwork System

Structural Steel / Fabrication

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Fully certified to EN 1090 (CE Mark), Devoran Metals supply and fabricate all aspects of structural steel for domestic and commercial use, including cutting, drilling and welding carried out by a team of experienced coded welders.

From small extensions to full steel frame buildings, staircases to balconies, our in-house fabrication team will fabricate the steel work to your exact specification for fast and efficient delivery across the whole of Cornwall and Devon.

Our sales team provide honest and competitive quotations from engineers’ drawings and can arrange site visits by one of our knowledgeable staff (if required) before the steels go into production.

We understand how stressful the building process can be which is why from initial enquiry right through to delivery on site, we guarantee to work closely with you and your engineer/architect throughout the whole process ensuring all steels are made to measure and delivered on time.

Various finishes include: shot blasting & priming; hot dip galvanising; powder coating; zinc phosphate priming and mild steel self – colour.

EN 1090 Certified CE Marking

CE logo

From July 2014, all companies operating within the structural steel market are legally required to be EN 1090 certified. Devoran Metals are fully certified up to Ex. Class 2. Our Quality Management System oversees all aspects of our Factory Production Control Procedures enabling us to manufacture and deliver your products in accordance with CE Marking legislation. All steel products fabricated by Devoran Metals are issued with a certificate of conformity following despatch.

Structural Steel Product Range

  • Universal Beams

Universal Beams Table


  • Universal Columns

Universal Columns Table

  • Parallel Flange Channels

PFC Table

  • Equal Angles

EA table


More structural steel product ranges available on request including: Square Hollow Section (SHS), Rectangular Hollow Section (RHS), and flat plate.


Case Study


Cathedral Builders: Feock, Cornwall


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