M J B Engineering have a combined experience of over 40 years in the metalwork industry, accumulating an in-depth knowledge of structural steel projects, plant and machinery. M J B works with with small and large businesses, such as Hanson Heidelberg Cement, Gibson Exhausts and the largest waste handling company in the UK to name a few.
Our use of specialised skills and equipment allows us to offer a quicker and more efficient service than companies utilising conventional methods of access and repair. Being able to provide flexible working hours compliments our clients and prevents unnecessary business interruption as far as possible. M J B provides a logical and adaptive outlook to projects, which makes us ideal for companies in need of start –to – finish repairs and fabrications, on-going maintenance and any ad hoc projects.
Mark undertook a traditional apprenticeship of four years learning farriery, blacksmithing and welding. Over the years, Mark has carried out numerous projects from traditional blacksmithing to heavy machinery repairs. Mark has now been a practicing farrier for over 30 years and is well-known in the equine world, due to his knowledge and skill in treating horses with difficult and life-threatening conditions.
Starting out in the marine insurance industry, Bradley soon realised his skills were better matched to a more hands on role and sought out a metalworking career.
Brad began working in a sheet metal production environment producing parts and assemblies for car transporters, and quickly progressed from general tacking & sawing duties to a full-time welder/fabricator. To widen his knowledge and skills and form an established welding career Brad moved to an architectural and structural steel company as a fabricator.
Alongside founding M J B Engineering, Bradley has also worked with CPS Engineering based in Basildon; TIG welding mild steel, stainless steel and aluminium. In his time at CPS he has accumulated an in-depth understanding of GTAW and the metallurgy of common and less common metals and alloy. This role required work to very stringent specifications for Aerospace & Defence components and assemblies.
Recently Bradley has moved to a international welding equipment manufacturer to once again broaden his knowledge of the industry and learn new skills.