About Ray Steel Ghana

Raysteel is a publicly registered venture with tradesnames Raysteel Ventures.

We seeks to provide solutions in the Building/ Civil Construction Industry by supplying all sort of Products such as:

1.Building Materials

  • Rebars- Iron Rods
  • Mild steel( 30 ft)
  • High Tensile ( foreign)( 40 ft)
  • Binding wire/nails

2.Building MaterialsCement ( All brands CIMAF, Ghacem,Dangote supercem,sol etc)

  • 52.5R- Concrete Block manufacturing.
  • 42.5R- For Concrete Pillars etc.
  • 32.5R - For Normal block work n plastering.

3.Hollow Pipes

  • Round/ square pipes of varied thickness n diameters.
  • Flat plates - varied thickness.
  • Angles bars / u channels etc.

4.Other supplies including
Tiles, POP cement, tile cement, etc

5. Structural Advice and steel Bending Services

6. Architectural Advice( Building plans) and Structural Advice

7. We Undertake Fabrication & Welding Services

8. We Buy Waste Steel (Scrap) for Recycling

Our Team

Reynolds Somuah


Lead business development manager of Raysteel.
He has extensive experience in the steel industry spanning ovet 15 years; sales and and structural advice. Wholesale sales and industrial supplies.

Alhassan Moumin


He has extensive experience translating structural drawings into forms. He has worked in Quata, Kuwait and Dubai on some of the world's most iconic architectural giants.
In Ghana he is a consultant for many road contractors such as BHM, Justimoh, Mendenha  & Sousa.

Kelvin Boateng (Appio)


With over 15 years experience in steel bending and structural estimations. He works yo perfection and gives perfect  estimates.

Arch David Sey


He has over 5 years of experience in designing of structures and structural advice.
He also has knowledge on regulatory frameworks and locmunicipalpal  works.

Richard Paakwesi Wilson


Wilson is a seasoned Architect, project manager, quantity surveyor and a serial entrepreneurs. He has various project and has advised on manau governmental and private projects.
Currently he is into real estates and high rise buildings in Accra