Gerry Lambelle qualified as an engineer over 37 years ago.

He started up GHL Engineering in Sept 1982 working with just one other engineer (who is now happily retired). The business steadily grew and now employs seven full time fully qualified staff.

With the addition of Gerry's son Pete, who qualified as an engineer over 12 years ago and Gerry's daughter Tania who is responsible for the office side of the business GHL Engineering became a limited company in 2011.

 

GHL Engineering (southern) Ltd can be found working from its established workshop in Totton, near Southampton. The workshop is only 5 minutes from the M27 and Southampton Docks. The office is only a mile away in West Totton where all the administration and paperwork is controlled.
 
 
 

The established team of engineers at GHL Engineering have a wealth of knowledge and experience. The skills of the accredited, qualified team have helped give GHL Engineering the competitive edge and thus earned GHL its excellent reputation.
 

GHL's client base include companies such as Southern Water, Local councils, docks, universities, and food manufacturers – these companies are ongoing repeat business. There is also a large amount of small order customers who require anything from one off bespoke items to repair work. All our customers are valued and treated with equal respect and professionalism.
 

One of the many reasons GHL Engineering has earned a positive and valued reputation is that they put equal commitment into orders big or small. This positive attitude and commitment is also supported by the 100% guarantee which is offered to all customers on all work completed.
 

To discuss any orders or work please either complete your details on the home page, or simple call or email us!

Address:

11 Applewood Place
Totton
Southampton
SO40 8WG

Phone/Fax: 
023 8066 6852


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All our work is carried out by fully accredited, qualified and experienced personnel…

This gives GHL Engineering total confidence to offer all our customers a 100% guarantee on all our work.


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