• Richard Alan Engineering Group - Designers and manufacturers of heavy fabrication alongside water and waste water treatment equipment

    Introduction

    The Richard Alan Group stands for quality, safety, innovation, value and excellent customer experience. We have an ethos embedded into everything we do and our partnership approach creates a unified culture based on a passion for unlimited success.

    Established in 1970, based in West Yorkshire, we are a portfolio of businesses providing high-quality Engineering Design, Manufacture, Installation and Servicing to clients across the globe.

    These core business services include: fabrication, precision CNC machining and the manufacture of a range of chemical and polymer storage and dosing equipment used in the treatment of water, wastewater and trade effluent.

    Complemented by our group’s Scaffolding, Pump, Gearbox and Recruitment companies, working together, we deliver turn-key project solutions for customers in the Chemical, Pharmaceutical and Oil & Gas industries, to name but a few.

    https://youtu.be/JhbFZV3VFf0

    Products

    Richard Alan Engineering manufactures a wide range of products in materials to suit a variety of applications:

    · Pressure Vessels
    · Storage Tanks
    · Modular Bolted Storage Tanks
    · Silos
    · Process Pipework
    · Structural Steelwork
    · Water and Wastewater Treatment Equipment

    Having established a reputation for supplying quality solutions, to high-profile clients, in the chemical industry for several decades, Richard Alan’s experience in this demanding industry has allowed us to cross-over into other sectors with similar success. Whether a simple storage tank or a complex process plant, as an ISO9001:2008, BS EN 3834-2 and BS EN 1090-1 accredited company with an extensive, in-house design capability and large, modern manufacturing facility, we are able to take a customer’s requirement all the way from initial concept to installation and long-term service, with the assurance of the highest-quality of product and service throughout.
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  • Introduction

    The Richard Alan Group stands for quality, safety, innovation, value and excellent customer experience. We have an ethos embedded into everything we do and our partnership approach creates a unified culture based on a passion for unlimited success.

    Established in 1970, based in West Yorkshire, we are a portfolio of businesses providing high-quality Engineering Design, Manufacture, Installation and Servicing to clients across the globe.

    These core business services include: fabrication, precision CNC machining and the manufacture of a range of chemical and polymer storage and dosing equipment used in the treatment of water, wastewater and trade effluent.

    Complemented by our group’s Scaffolding, Pump, Gearbox and Recruitment companies, working together, we deliver turn-key project solutions for customers in the Chemical, Pharmaceutical and Oil & Gas industries, to name but a few.

    https://youtu.be/JhbFZV3VFf0

    Products

    Richard Alan Engineering manufactures a wide range of products in materials to suit a variety of applications:

    · Pressure Vessels
    · Storage Tanks
    · Modular Bolted Storage Tanks
    · Silos
    · Process Pipework
    · Structural Steelwork
    · Water and Wastewater Treatment Equipment

    Having established a reputation for supplying quality solutions, to high-profile clients, in the chemical industry for several decades, Richard Alan’s experience in this demanding industry has allowed us to cross-over into other sectors with similar success. Whether a simple storage tank or a complex process plant, as an ISO9001:2008, BS EN 3834-2 and BS EN 1090-1 accredited company with an extensive, in-house design capability and large, modern manufacturing facility, we are able to take a customer’s requirement all the way from initial concept to installation and long-term service, with the assurance of the highest-quality of product and service throughout.
  • Hello Natasha

    I caught sight of your posting and felt I had a couple of thigs to say which might be of use to you. I know the company Richard Alan. I may have seen your equipment on various sites and I may well have spoken to you at an exhibition ( I attend a lot of them ). Either way, a couple of years ago I completed a big job for Atlas Copco Compressors which was the renewal of a water treatment plant belonging to Severn Trent. I have attached the link to their published article here :-


    https://www.atlascopco.com/en-uk/com...-screw-blowers water

    I am an industrial photgrapher and I primarily shoot for manufacturers, industrial organisations and process plants. Hence, I shoot the case studies for Atlas Copco and may wll have shot some of your kit over the years. I may well have also come across Richard Alan in Saudi Arabia as I was formerly staff photographer with ARAMCO and worked on assignments in all of the petrochemical facilities, no doubt they are a customer of yours ?

    Having worked in many process plants, I am certain that some of your silos could have been included in my shots. Plastics and feeding systems all have some kind of storage facilities ranging from beads to powders which are also applicable to the food industry. Feralco, Solvay and My Lady's Bakery all have systems fed by silos storage and I've photographed these over the years.

    Being in Yorkshire, you might know Severfield Steel ? I carried out some photgraphy there for DuPont in 2017 and subsequently won "Manufacturing Photographer of the Year 2018" in the competion run by EEF ( Now MAKE UK )

    Please have a look at what I do www.photographyforindustry.com

    Kind regards

    Adrian
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  • Hello Natasha

    I caught sight of your posting and felt I had a couple of thigs to say which might be of use to you. I know the company Richard Alan. I may have seen your equipment on various sites and I may well have spoken to you at an exhibition ( I attend a lot of them ). Either way, a couple of years ago I completed a big job for Atlas Copco Compressors which was the renewal of a water treatment plant belonging to Severn Trent. I have attached the link to their published article here :-


    https://www.atlascopco.com/en-uk/com...-screw-blowers water

    I am an industrial photgrapher and I primarily shoot for manufacturers, industrial organisations and process plants. Hence, I shoot the case studies for Atlas Copco and may wll have shot some of your kit over the years. I may well have also come across Richard Alan in Saudi Arabia as I was formerly staff photographer with ARAMCO and worked on assignments in all of the petrochemical facilities, no doubt they are a customer of yours ?

    Having worked in many process plants, I am certain that some of your silos could have been included in my shots. Plastics and feeding systems all have some kind of storage facilities ranging from beads to powders which are also applicable to the food industry. Feralco, Solvay and My Lady's Bakery all have systems fed by silos storage and I've photographed these over the years.

    Being in Yorkshire, you might know Severfield Steel ? I carried out some photgraphy there for DuPont in 2017 and subsequently won "Manufacturing Photographer of the Year 2018" in the competion run by EEF ( Now MAKE UK )

    Please have a look at what I do www.photographyforindustry.com

    Kind regards

    Adrian
  • Hello Natasha

    I caught sight of your posting and felt I had a couple of thigs to say which might be of use to you. I know the company Richard Alan. I may have seen your equipment on various sites and I may well have spoken to you at an exhibition ( I attend a lot of them ). Either way, a couple of years ago I completed a big job for Atlas Copco Compressors which was the renewal of a water treatment plant belonging to Severn Trent. I have attached the link to their published article here :-


    https://www.atlascopco.com/en-uk/com...-screw-blowers water

    I am an industrial photgrapher and I primarily shoot for manufacturers, industrial organisations and process plants. Hence, I shoot the case studies for Atlas Copco and may wll have shot some of your kit over the years. I may well have also come across Richard Alan in Saudi Arabia as I was formerly staff photographer with ARAMCO and worked on assignments in all of the petrochemical facilities, no doubt they are a customer of yours ?

    Having worked in many process plants, I am certain that some of your silos could have been included in my shots. Plastics and feeding systems all have some kind of storage facilities ranging from beads to powders which are also applicable to the food industry. Feralco, Solvay and My Lady's Bakery all have systems fed by silos storage and I've photographed these over the years.

    Being in Yorkshire, you might know Severfield Steel ? I carried out some photgraphy there for DuPont in 2017 and subsequently won "Manufacturing Photographer of the Year 2018" in the competion run by EEF ( Now MAKE UK )

    Please have a look at what I do www.photographyforindustry.com

    Kind regards

    Adrian
    0
  • Hello Natasha

    I caught sight of your posting and felt I had a couple of thigs to say which might be of use to you. I know the company Richard Alan. I may have seen your equipment on various sites and I may well have spoken to you at an exhibition ( I attend a lot of them ). Either way, a couple of years ago I completed a big job for Atlas Copco Compressors which was the renewal of a water treatment plant belonging to Severn Trent. I have attached the link to their published article here :-


    https://www.atlascopco.com/en-uk/com...-screw-blowers water

    I am an industrial photgrapher and I primarily shoot for manufacturers, industrial organisations and process plants. Hence, I shoot the case studies for Atlas Copco and may wll have shot some of your kit over the years. I may well have also come across Richard Alan in Saudi Arabia as I was formerly staff photographer with ARAMCO and worked on assignments in all of the petrochemical facilities, no doubt they are a customer of yours ?

    Having worked in many process plants, I am certain that some of your silos could have been included in my shots. Plastics and feeding systems all have some kind of storage facilities ranging from beads to powders which are also applicable to the food industry. Feralco, Solvay and My Lady's Bakery all have systems fed by silos storage and I've photographed these over the years.

    Being in Yorkshire, you might know Severfield Steel ? I carried out some photgraphy there for DuPont in 2017 and subsequently won "Manufacturing Photographer of the Year 2018" in the competion run by EEF ( Now MAKE UK )

    Please have a look at what I do www.photographyforindustry.com

    Kind regards

    Adrian