Based in Knowsley for 30 years and employing more than 100 people, we have designed and manufactured the system which allows the bridge to curl up, transforming an Artists vision into reality.
Paddington is undergoing a transformation to turn it into one of the up-and-coming commercial and residential quarters in the capital.
The focal point of Paddington's renaissance is the Paddington Basin, a landmark development with offices, homes, shops, restaurants and leisure facilities.
Mr Heatherwick studied at the Kingsway College London, Manchester Polytechnic, where he specialized in three dimensional design, and the Royal College of Art.
Some of his other recent projects are, 'Newcastle's Blue Carpet', 'Buddhist Temple', 'B of the Bang', and 'Guy's Approaches'.
Ironically the chance discovery of previously unknown notes in Isambard Kingdom Brunel's private workbooks, has led to the dramatic discovery and rescue of Brunel's first iron bridge, hidden within a modern brick road bridge over the Grand Union Canal near Paddington Station.
"The 'Rolling Bridge' is truly in good company"