Premier Technical Services Group PLC (PTSG) has won a contract with Alexandra Palace’s the Great Hall.
Offering 25-metre high ceilings and 6,426m² of pillar free space, the Great Hall is Alexandra Palace’s largest and grandest Hall. It can hold approximately 10,000 standing guests at any one time and is most often used for awards ceremonies, gala dinners and corporate events.
The Group’s engineers are due to visit the site to install mansafe and handrail systems to the exterior of the building. The installation of these systems is crucial in ensuring the safety of employees working at height.
PTSG’s highly qualified Access and Safety engineers are industry-leading specialists in providing ideal solutions for identified fall-risks for employees working at height. The Group has grown rapidly since it started trading and today is the UK’s leading access and safety service provider.
Premier Technical Services Group PLC (PTSG) has secured a contract with London residential redevelopment Harcourt House.
Built in 1722, Harcourt House is a palatial residence situated on Cavendish Square in the West End of London. The listed structure is undergoing major a refurbishment and extension to return it to its former glory as one of the West End’s most eminent residential buildings.
The Group’s skilled engineers are due to visit the site to install pushlocks to the roof of the building. A pushlock is an individual anchor point with a removable eyebolt attachment. These are often used on applications where aesthetics and/or safety is an issue.
PTSG is a leading specialist in providing ideal solutions for identified fall risks, as well as continued testing and maintenance services to ensure the long lifespan of access and safety equipment.
Premier Technical Services Group PLC’s (PTSG) fire solutions team received an unexpected meal deal following a recent road closure in Kent.
The A20 road was closed to traffic in both directions at 11am on Tuesday 20th November, with many vehicles left stationary for several hours.
At the Swanley services a McDonald’s branch sent staff up and down the road to take orders from vehicles, also offering free hot drinks to the stranded drivers and passengers.
Kent Live reported on the story and featured a photo of the M&P Fire Protection Services van, part of PTSG Fire Solutions Ltd, alongside the article.
The M&P team were very grateful for the quick-thinking and responsive customer service and were able to enjoy a well-deserved lunch despite the traffic jam.
Thankfully, the team were equipped with PTSG’s proprietary software, Clarity, which recognised the traffic disruption and reassigned the engineers’ workload, meaning no jobs were cancelled on the day.
To read the full story on Kent Live, click here: https://www.kentlive.news/news/kent-news/stuck-drivers-were-offered-mcdonalds-2239683
Premier Technical Services Group PLC (PTSG) was delighted to receive feedback on its recent winning bid at the PFM Awards Partners in Corporate (Private Sector category), underlining its high levels of innovation and partnership working.
PTSG entered the awards for its work at The Scalpel in London, where engineers provided a bespoke access solution involving the two of the largest BMUs in the world. Dennis Flower, editor of PFM magazine, revealed what made the bid so strong:
“A unique design and installation of two complex BMUs and intricate moving roofs to house them in the new, high-profile commercial London skyscraper. The solution designed and installed at The Scalpel reaches a whole new level – a clear exemplar of innovative good partnership practice.
We saw strong personal team relationships resulting in high levels of good management practices to handle a complex project. The levels of enthusiasm were par excellence and it was difficult to find fault.”
PTSG gives special thanks to its London-based cradles installation specialist, Integral Cradles, which was contracted by long-term partner Skanska to provide the bespoke access solution for The Scalpel.
Premier Technical Services Group PLC (PTSG) has secured a contract with Number One Palace Street in London.
The Grade II listed building, situated opposite Buckingham Palace and The Queen’s Gallery, is undergoing a major redevelopment, which is due to reach completion in 2020. The redevelopment will include 72 apartments, underground parking, communal courtyard garden, restaurant, extensive leisure facilities and full concierge service.
Skilled engineers from PTSG’s Access & Safety division are due to visit the site to install mansafe and handrail systems to the roof of the building. A mansafe system comprises cable, post and fixings that are tested to take the fall of the user. Handrails systems are also installed to protect workers from fall-risks when working at height. The Group’s Access & Safety division is a leading specialist in providing ideal solutions for identified fall-risks for employees working at height.
PTSG, the UK’s biggest and most respected Access and Safety business, has a vast amount of experience working with London-based, high-profile clients. Engineers have recently carried out critical access and safety works on sites on behalf of ABC International Banking Group, Stafford Mansions and TalkTalk.
Premier Technical Services Group PLC’s (PTSG) has secured a contract to carry out a range of electrical services and fire solutions at a portfolio of properties for a London housing organisation.
Metropolitan Housing provides housing at different levels of affordability for people living in London, the South East, East Midlands and East of England. Founded in 1963, the development consists of around 38,000 properties and Metropolitan is a member of the National Housing Federation and the G15 group comprising London’s largest housing associations.
PTSG’s skilled engineers are due to visit approximately 800 sites across the South East to deliver lightning protection and emergency lighting services and fire inspections. These are just a few of a wide range of services offered by PTSG’s team.
The Group has a vast amount of experience working with high-profile property developments. Engineers have recently installed lightning protection systems at Britannia Music Site, Orchard Village and New Mill Quarter.