Premier Technical Services Group (PTSG) has been awarded a new contract with CSC Royal Pavilion in Aldershot following the successful delivery of a series of works earlier this year.
Teams from the group’s Access & Safety division and its High Level Cleaning division teamed up in June to deliver works on the site including rope access works, window and cladding cleaning, and jet washing.
Following the successful completion of the works, the PTSG has now been commissioned to supply a new manual cradle to the building.
Scott Hawtrey, project director at PTSG, said: “The pavilion is a fantastic building and one that we are delighted to have been given the chance to work again.
“It is testament to quality of the works delivered as part of the first contract that we have been asked to complete further works.
“The cradle works as part of the initial contract involved a retrofit of new winches and bracket design, in order to comply with current legislation. These works alone took more than eight weeks to complete and had to be completed prior to the high level cleaning. The Access & Safety engineers then started the training for the cleaning team to familiarise them with the bespoke cradle system.
“These latest works are more straightforward but will be delivered to the same high standard.”
CSC provides a full range of consulting and IT services to many of the UK’s leading organisations, including BAE Systems, Diageo, National Grid, Network Rail, NHS, Royal Mail Group, Transport for London and Virgin Atlantic.