Company history

GAME Engineering Ltd is a privately owned company which was founded in 1986 by Peter Ablewhite, Tony Kirk, David Whyte and Keith Russell. Starting out in offices at North Scarle (on the site of Russell Brothers company owned by Keith Russell) and then moving to Witham St Hughs in 1990, after purchasing a six-acre site in 1989 and building bespoke offices and a factory.

GAME originally focussed on the resale, installation and reconditioning of second-hand feed milling equipment, and over the first 10 years of business GAME quickly progressed to specialists within the animal feed and grain industries, with in-depth knowledge and experience in turnkey design and plant solutions.

In 1998/99 GAME decided to look into a new market which would compliment the fabrication and site installation skills GAME encompassed, so a natural fit was seen to be custodial fabrications and high-security steelwork. In 1999 GAME received prison approval through the MOJ, and the Custodial Department was created in 2000.

In 2004 the offices were extended to offer a second floor to accommodate the expanding Custodial Department.

GAME currently has over seventy employees based at Lincoln and on-site installing plant solutions. The people who work at GAME are passionate individuals who take pride in the work that they do, and the company has been built on hard work and dedication through the relationships built and nurtured internally and externally with clients in all the areas they specialise in.

Over the years, GAME has acquired a wealth of knowledge and experience in numerous sectors, enabling strong customer relationships to be formed.

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