H. Young Structures Ltd is proud of our 100 year plus history, from roots in Pimlico, London – to its present location in Wymondham, Norfolk.

1871

Henry Young opens his foundry in Eccleston Street Pimlico.

1900’s

Works moved to Nine Elms, London, and commenced structural steelwork fabrication for the construction industry.

1920’s

Office at Thornycroft House, Smith Square opened.

1925

Murray Buxton M.C.M.A buys majority of H. Young & Co. Ltd shares.

1930’s

The depression causes many staff to be laid off.

1935-7

Exeter office opened, followed by Coventry and Guildford.

1935

Jersey Steel Company Ltd founded.

1936

Power and Dean Ransomes Ltd acquired. BCSA established with H. Young & Co Limited one of the founder members.

1937

Durham Steelwork Ltd opened in Gateshead.

1939

Outbreak of war, H. Young assisted in the war effort fabricating Bailey Bridges, and Mulbury Harbour sections.

1943

Nine Elms works bombed. Fabrication moved to Lea Bridge, London.

1946

Jersey Steel re-opened after German occupation.

1950’s

Company starts trading in Africa.

1977

H. Young Structures Ltd established.

1995

H. Young Structures Ltd re-located to Wymondham, Norfolk.

2015

H. Young Structures Ltd celebrates 20 years at our Wymondham site.