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About SMD Ltd
Specialists in the design, production and installation of profile metal decking
Established in the mid 1980’s, for many years we have specialised in the supply and installation of steel deck flooring systems. Having built a strong reputation throughout the industry we have grown the business by offering additional products and services to support our clients’ needs with the goal of delivering a more comprehensive service.
We understand the importance of safety, reliability, quality and excellent service, along with the need to continually invest in the technical improvements of our products. We are committed to our client-centric approach – which means we put your needs and your project first at all times.
 Mission Statement
To be the UK’s leading provider of structural floor and roof solutions to the construction industry, along with expanding our brand and products internationally, ensuring a focus on safety, innovation and the environment.
 Value Statement
To build innovative, inspirational skylines that secure the future of our employees, customers and stakeholders without compromising our values.
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