BS EN 1090:1+2 ISO 3834.
Pace produce a wide range of structural steel to the CE Mark standard, BS EN 1090:1+2 / ISO 3834.
We aim to become a trusted partner for our clients, by making sure all our structural steel projects are on time, on budget, and to a very high standard. We were one of the first contractors in Essex to attain the CE Mark for structural steel.
All structural steel must be CE marked to show it's compliance with British Standard BS EN 1090:1+2 which is equivalent to the ISO 3834 standard.
Pace is certified to Execution Class 2 ("EXC2") which covers a wide range of structural steel requirements. EXC2 is appropriate for the majority of buildings constructed in the UK
Our CE Mark certification demonstrates that Pace has a fully operational Factory Production Control system ("FPC") in place for steel fabrication work, and that the FPC has been assessed and approved by a suitable certification body
We're happy to discuss your requirements for CE Structural Steel. Simply contact us.
On 1st July 2014 it became a legal requirement that all structural steel carries a CE Mark to show that it is produced according to a verified Factory Production Control system. This verifies compliance with BS EN 1090:1+2 ISO 3834 Structural Steel.
CE marking indicates that a product meets the relevant EU standards. These standards are consistent across all EU countries, plus the countries outside the EU which belong to the single market. Therefore a CE Mark product can be sold in all EU and Single Market countries without any further certification.
Structural steel is safety critical, and the consequences of a failure could be devastating. CE Marking ensures that all structural steel has been produced to an appropriate standard.
This diagram defines the appearance of the CE logo.
CE marking structural steel covers a range of applications such as :
Different standards apply to different applications. Pace work to BS EN 1090:1 which applies to fabricated steel.