The Maidstone office of PTSG Fire Solutions Ltd. (part of Premier Technical Services Group PLC) continues to receive high demand for its services, with a number of new contracts for the design and installation of sprinkler systems.
Engineers are currently engaged in the following new contracts:
• Four commercial units in Brighton for SMS Southern Ltd. SMS Southern Ltd. is a local commercial and domestic heating company that carries out the majority of its work for businesses in West Berkshire, local borough councils and schools.
• Nine floors of residential apartments for Reddington Construction. Reddington Construction is part of the JRL Group, which encompasses 14 divisions from mechanical and electrical to waste disposal.
• Two residential buildings in Slough for Vivant. Vivant is a property development and investment firm, which is focused on bringing buildings back to life through sympathetic restoration, refurbishment and conversion.
• A single penthouse flat in West London.
PTSG Fire Solutions Ltd. provides a comprehensive range of fire suppression and prevention equipment. With offices throughout the UK, engineers can be mobilised to virtually any job at a moment’s notice, ensuring a large and ever-growing buildings portfolio.
Premier Technical Services Group PLC (PTSG) has secured a range of access and safety works with the Scottish Government.
The contract involves training and remedial works in the Fall Arrest Testing area of business and will ensure that government sites are compliant and that its staff are fully trained and competent.
The Scottish Government was established in 1999 as the Scottish Executive under the Scotland Act 1998, which created a devolved administration for Scotland in line with the result of the 1997 referendum on Scottish devolution. Following increasing use of the name “government” in place of “executive” during the first decade of the 21st century, its name was formally changed in law to Scottish Government by the Scotland Act 2012.
PTSG’s certificates are among the most comprehensive in the industry, giving over 2,000 clients peace of mind and a high level of certainty that the equipment being used is absolutely safe and fit for purpose.
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Premier Technical Services Group PLC (PTSG) has received an order to carry out fall arrest testing services for Morrisons supermarkets.
Over the past few years, PTSG has developed a strong collaborative relationship with Morrisons, inspecting, testing, refurbishing and replacing existing fall arrest equipment at the supermarket giant’s national portfolio of stores and distribution centres. This latest contract involves 350 metres of handrail at Morrisons’ Glasgow site.
The company was founded by William Morrison in 1899, who started the business as an egg and butter merchant in Rawson Market, Bradford, operating under the name Wm Morrison Limited. In 1967, Morrisons became a public limited company listed on the London Stock Exchange.
PTSG Access & Safety Ltd. is the Group’s founding business division. In addition to fall arrest testing services, its engineers also install a full range of safety equipment for all aspects of working at height, and they install and maintain access equipment including building maintenance units, cradle systems, monorail systems, fixed and movable davits, travelling ladders and gantries.
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In the early hours of Tuesday 24th July, firefighters were called to a blaze in Arnold, Nottinghamshire, where the roof of a house had been destroyed in an electrical storm.
Fire ripped through the property during thunder and lightning storms at around 2.30am; by 6am the blaze was put out. Luckily no one was in the house at the time and there were no injuries. The house, however, was severely damaged.
It’s a stark reminder of just how powerful electrical storms can be and for buildings without protection, the consequences can be devastating.
Premier Technical Services Group PLC (PTSG) is the UK market leader in the design, installation and testing of lightning protection and earthing systems. Its engineers protect buildings in the public and private sector throughout the UK. It has a number of regional offices, enabling its specialists to be mobilised to almost any job at a moment’s notice.
Formed in 1835, PTSG’s London office, trading as JW Gray, is believed to be the oldest company providing lightning protection services within the UK and possibly even Europe.
Premier Technical Services Group PLC (PTSG) has been awarded the entire suite of specialist services for JLL, the commercial property and investment management giant.
Engineers from the Group’s various divisions will be providing a range of specialist services including fixed wire and fall arrest testing.
Prior to the new contract, Integral UK Ltd. (a JLL company) provided a portion of the specialist services for JLL, with Mitie providing the reminder.
JLL is the second-largest company of its kind in the world., smaller only than CBRE Group. The company’s headquarters are in the Aon Center, Chicago, but there are over 300 offices worldwide in 80 countries.
PTSG undertakes multi-disciplinary specialist services for some of the world’s leading companies, either directly for well-known names like M&S and the NHS, or by working with large tier 1 contractors such as Engie, Mitie or Skanska.
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On 11th July, Premier Technical Services Group PLC (PTSG) set sail on the Dixie Queen, a replica 19th century paddle steamer, for a fantastic evening of networking and entertainment along the River Thames. PTSG was the official entertainment sponsor for the event, which was arranged by TWINFM.
Representatives from the company boarded the river boat at Butlers Wharf Pier and took to the Thames at around 6pm, sailing down to the City of London Stadium taking in the sights of the Tower of London and Tower Bridge, eventually passing through the Thames Barrier.
The Dixie Queen is London’s largest entertainment, conference and party boat. Every year the FM Boat Party proves a really memorable setting to talk to guests and meet potential new clients.
Entertainment was provided by Kieron ‘The Mighty’ Lefever. Kieron is an award-winning magician who can produce gifts from flashes of fire, find your signed playing card inside a block of ice or hammer a solid six-inch nail up his nose!
Kieron also wowed guests by solving a Rubik’s cube – packaged in a specially-branded PTSG box, pictured, with the line: “Your problem…solved!” Needless to say, he kept guests mesmerised throughout the evening. Guests could take their own PTSG Rubik’s cube away with them.
Premier Technical Services Group PLC (PTSG) has been contracted by Engie to provide specialist services at a number of Birmingham schools.
Engineers from PTSG Electrical Services Ltd. will perform portable appliance testing (PAT) at educational establishments throughout Birmingham in the West Midlands.
The contract sees PTSG continue its successful and long-running partnership with Engie, the multi-national electric utility giant and the main contractor in the project. The Group’s engineers have carried out a range of specialist services for Engie over a number of other projects.
They include improvements to the lightning protection system at the Institute of Engineering and Technology and annual maintenance works to access systems at Liverpool Central Library. In 2018, Engie entered into a major contract with Newcastle Council worth £20m over 40 years.
PTSG performs testing and compliance for clients in a wide range of industry sectors. This ensures their buildings meet the latest legal requirements in the areas of electrical services, access and safety and fire solutions. Aside from the obvious safety benefits, compliance testing helps to protect organisations’ reputations, while ensuring their buildings run more efficiently and cost-effectively.
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The Wakefield Express has reported that thirty-two of Yorkshire Business Insider’s top 500 companies are located in and around Wakefield – including Premier Technical Services Group PLC (PTSG).
The Wakefield area includes Castleford, Normanton, Ossett, Pontefract and the town of Wakefield. As the leader of Wakefield Council, Peter Box, said: “The Top 500 report demonstrates that businesses in the district are continuing to grow despite declines elsewhere in the UK due to the uncertainties of Brexit.”
PTSG is one of the companies that embraces this spirit of entrepreneurialism and opportunity. The company recently reached a business agreement in principle with financial services company Macquarie Group, unlocking further potential for PTSG.
This agreement is the latest landmark in a 12-year history that has seen the Group grow from a small collection of industry specialists to become an international multi-disciplinary provider of specialist services to the FM and construction sectors. PTSG now employs 1,200 people and operates from 29 UK bases, enabling its engineers to be mobilised to virtually any job at a moment’s notice.
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Premier Technical Services Group PLC (PTSG) has entered into a contract to provide multiple specialist services for the Co-operative Group.
The agreement was signed with main contractor Arcus, the facilities services provider based in Essex. PTSG will be delivering the testing and maintenance of lightning protection and fall arrest systems in place at a number of Co-operative’s Group’s centres of operation.
The two Groups – PTSG and Co-operative – began working together in 2014, when engineers from PTSG Electrical Services Ltd. performed portable appliance and fixed-wire testing at eight distribution centres. The following year, PTSG delivered the same services at over 600 large food stores, local stores and funeral service providers across the UK. As a result of the strong relationship built during this contract, PTSG Access & Safety Ltd. was commissioned to test fall arrest equipment at One Angel Square – one of the Co-operative’s major buildings based in Manchester.
Forming strong and sustainable relationships is key to PTSG’s success. Its bundled services provision means that the Group often begins by providing just one specialist service for a client. This can be extended to include further services in a multi-disciplinary contract which invariably saves both money and time, improving efficiency all round.
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Premier Technical Services Group PLC (PTSG) has entered into a contract to provide portable appliance testing (PAT) for Danish brewer Carlsberg.
The contract was arranged via Sodexo, the multinational food services and facilities management provider. Engineers from PTSG Electrical Services Ltd. will provide their expertise at seven sites in all for Carlsberg.
The first brew of Carlsberg was finished in 1847 and the export of the beer began in 1868, with one barrel going to Edinburgh. Carlsberg became famous for its tagline, “Probably the best lager in the world”, which ran from the 1980s until 2011.
PTSG Electrical Services Ltd. is a leading expert in risk assessment and portable appliance testing – specialised processes which ensure that electrical appliances comply fully with UK legislation and where necessary, are tested and certified. The process is recognised by the insurance industry and without up to date risk assessments or test certificates, insurance policies could be invalidated.
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