We are Family

Wolf Systems is by no means a standalone operation. We are part of the Wolf Group, a family run business with over 45 years experience in the construction industry. Founded in 1966 by Johann Wolf in Scharnstein, Austria and specialising in agricultural buildings, the Wolf Group has grown to become an internationally acclaimed construction specialist.

Today we operate in 21 European countries, including Germany, France, Austria, Italy, Switzerland, Poland and Romania and continue to expand, with the opening of an 80,000 m2 factory in Russia only last year.

Still family-owned and family-run, the Wolf Group workforce is now 3000-strong, working in steel, concrete and timber and serving all construction sectors.

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Wolf Group - Fast Facts

• Over 30,000 tonnes of steel processed each year

• Over 5000 silos produced each year.

• Over €250 million of agricultural units manufactured each year.

• Over 8 million km travelled by logistics fleet each year.

• Over 700 bespoke fully turnkey domestic houses produced each year.

 

With a reputation for specialist design and manufacturing the Wolf Group can list world renowned companies amongst their clients.

Projects can range from factory halls, exhibition stands and one off bespoke constructions for trade fairs.

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“Wolf UK is proud to take the technical lead in nail plate and software development for the wider Wolf family,” says Karl Foster, Sales and Marketing Director. “All engineered timber components designed and developed in the UK are adopted throughout Europe; Wolf nail plates, for instance, are utilised in huge quantities in construction projects throughout Austria, Poland and Germany.

 “And this year our UK developed easi-joist® unanimously won an award at the largest construction exhibition in Hungary – the Construma. The prize was awarded to Wolf System’s Kujani Peter by Hungary’s Minister of National Economy Mihály Varga.

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“Similarly, the ground-breaking timber engineering software that we author here in the UK is taken up Group-wide. With shared values and the support of our European brothers and sisters, we can continue to invest in making the engineering easier, for the benefit of all Wolf customers.”

  • Making the engineering easier... New easi-joist® ‘Group Design’ feature
    Wolf Systems has recently updated its easi-joist® metal web floor system to make life even easier for floor designers, manufacturers and installers through group design functionality.
  • We are Family
    Wolf Systems is by no means a standalone operation. We are part of the Wolf Group, a family run business with over 45 years experience in the construction business. Read more about our European family and the integral role Wolf Systems UK plays in timber engineering innovation.
  • Insights to Horizon
    See how adoption of the very first timber frame detailing application developed specifically for UK and Irish market on Autodesk’s Revit platform has grown and discover what’s behind its momentum.
  • Seeing is believing... Randek SF022 AutoEye Truss System for high volume manufacturing efficiency
    We take a closer look at the Randek SF022 AutoEye Truss System – a machine offering eye-popping volume roof truss output capabilities. Could this be what trussed rafter manufacturers need to equip them for the upturn in the construction industry?
  • ‘Go to’ for software support and software requests ‘go between’
    Helping customers with software enquiries; getting to the bottom of an issue; relaying software requests through to our developers... it’s all in a day’s work for Lydia Rider, Wolf Systems Software Support Analyst. Read more about her essential front-line role.
  • Restructuring steps up Customer Service
    Wolf Systems’ Paul Flounders - who you may know from his work in a business development capacity - has recently taken up the new role of Customer Services Manager. Whilst heading up this department, he will continue to lead the Horizon project team, aided by Wayne Methven, Senior Technical Support Coordinator, who joins to manage its day-to-day administration.
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