On Monday 29th February, the Mayor of London, Boris Johnson and Northern Ireland Secretary of State, Theresa Villiers visited Windell Limited, as part of their trip to Northern Ireland.

During the visit Mr Johnson and Ms Villiers were shown around the company’s manufacturing facilities, were they were able to see mock-up units of live projects and chat to the workforce.

The visit was particularly memorable as the company is currently celebrating its’ 30th year in business and during the visit, the Mayor cut a celebratory birthday cake.

There was also an opportunity for Mr Johnson to live test some of the glazing products, that are being installed on a project for the new Metropolitan Police HQ.

Ian Henry, Managing Director of Windell said “It is a great privilege to have guests such as Boris Johnson and Theresa Villiers visiting Windell at our Magherafelt  production facility to see our state of the art manufacturing process. We as a company are immensely proud of our people and products and the continued success of our company competing in both the UK and world marketplace. Our continued growth will secure employment at our Northern Ireland production facility. “

Windell have recently undertaken prestigious projects in and around central London, including, BBC House, Emirates Cable Cars, Palace of Westminster, Kings Cross and Farringdon rail stations, discreetly providing the highest level of security to the building occupants. Windell are currently supplying and installing the full window package at Curtis Green (New Scotland Yard). 

Pictured are Mike Brown from Transport for London, Secetary of State Theresa Villiers, Mayor of London Boris Johnson and Windell Managng Director Ian Henry standing in front of life size mock up for the Curtis Green project.