Premier Technical Services Group Ltd (PTSG) has renewed a contract with the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) to provide specialist services – a contract the Group has held for over 14 years.
Engineers from PTSG Access and Safety Ltd will test fall arrest equipment at sites throughout the UK. The work will be carried out in accordance with SFG20 – the definitive standard for planned maintenance. It enables facilities managers, building owners, contractors and consultants to stay compliant.
Developed by the Building and Engineering Services Association, SFG20 provides consultants, contractors, building owners and FM managers a single version of the truth when it comes to maintenance requirements for buildings.
First developed as SMG90 in 1990, the standard has been revised and updated on an ongoing basis, evolving from the original set of five published volumes, to a CD-ROM, before transitioning to an online service in 2012.
PTSG’s teams have worked on DWP assets for a number of years undertaking work on behalf of various principal contractors. The Group’s specialist team provides a wide range of services to ensure the safety of building users including: access and safety, electrical services, external building maintenance and reparation and fire solutions.
Premier Technical Services Group Ltd (PTSG) has been awarded a contract to deliver a variety of specialist services for the Department of Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy, and Land Registry.
The agreement will see engineers from PTSG attend sites for Government departments for the third consecutive year. The work consists of the testing of lightning protection systems, fall arrest equipment and electrical wiring and systems.
This kind of bundled services provision is becoming increasingly popular amongst PTSG’s customers and supply chain partners. It ensures a single point of contact, simplifies work flow and also offers the possibility of cost savings.
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Premier Technical Services Group Ltd (PTSG) has signed a major new contract to deliver electrical services at 200 sites UK-wide for the Ministry of Justice and the Home Office.
PTSG Electrical Services Ltd will deliver portable appliance testing (PAT) and electrical installation condition reporting (EICR).
The Home Office is the ministerial department responsible for immigration, security and law and order. The Ministry of Justice is supported by 33 agencies and public bodies. Together, they help keep the UK’s citizens safe and secure around the clock.
Partnership working is integral to the work carried out by PTSG in all four of its business divisions and the Group has formed sustainable working relationships with first tier contractors and leading brands including Interserve, Balfour Beatty, Mitie, Marks and Spencer and the NHS – to name just a few.
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Premier Technical Services Group Ltd (PTSG) is to work at 16 sites for HMRC, delivering a range of specialist services.
The contract will see engineers from PTSG Access & Safety Ltd and PTSG Electrical Services Ltd delivering the testing of lightning protection systems, fall arrest equipment and cradles allowing access to building façades.
Headquartered at 100 Parliament Square, Westminster and employing around 56,000 full time staff, HMRC (Her Majesty’s Revenue and Customs) is a non-ministerial department of the UK Government responsible for the collection of taxes, the payment of some forms of state support and the administration of other regulatory regimes including the national minimum wage.
PTSG is continuing to work as normal throughout this period of uncertainty amid the coronavirus outbreak. With 29 regional offices spread throughout the UK, PTSG has a network of local, directly employed specialists and supply chain partners, enabling a fast response to all jobs, whatever the nature and urgency.
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Premier Technical Services Group Ltd (PTSG) will deliver a number of specialist services for Aviva, in a contract signed with main contractor ISS World Group.
Insurance giant Aviva is headquartered in London and has around 33 million customers across 16 countries. The contract will see engineers from PTSG Access & Safety Ltd and PTSG Electrical Services Ltd carry out the testing of fall arrest equipment, lightning protection systems and electrical assets at 17 commercial office buildings in the UK.
ISS is a global facility services provider. Headquartered in Copenhagen, the company employees nearly half a million people worldwide, with 39,000 staff in the UK alone.
PTSG and ISS have worked together on specialist services contracts before, notably for Manchester Airport, where the Group’s engineers carried out inspections of access equipment and dry riser systems, as well as testing lightning protection systems within the airport complex.
Premier Technical Services Group Ltd (PTSG) has entered a contract to provide multiple specialist services at Guildhall Shopping Centre in Exeter.
The retail and food destination is described as a meeting of modern culture and traditional architecture. The same architect that designed Covent Garden in London was also behind the classical Queen Street façade at Guildhall Shopping Centre.
In an agreement signed with main contractor Imtech, engineers from PTSG are to perform fixed wire testing at the centre, as well as the testing of fire alarm systems and other fire protection assets.
It’s another example of PTSG meeting the full-service requirement of one of its clients. In addition to the services provided in this contract, the Group also delivers a set of high-level services encompassing façade cleaning, remedial works and painting and decorating, as well as highly specialised steeplejack services, working on buildings including industrial chimneys and flare stacks.
Premier Technical Services Group Ltd (PTSG) has made a return to the University of Bath, one of the UK’s leading higher education institutions, which holds an impressive 9th place in the UK University Rankings.
Last year, engineers from PTSG Electrical Services Ltd installed a lightning protection system on the new IAAPS (Institute for Advanced Automotive Propulsion Systems) building. This has provided the university with the opportunity to increase momentum in developing future generations of zero emission vehicles.
This latest contract will see engineers carrying out lightning protection testing, cementing the already strong working relationship the Group has with the university.
PTSG has a large and rapidly growing portfolio of buildings in the education sector. The Group also provides services for universities in Sheffield, Hull, London, Newcastle, East Anglia and Birmingham – to name just a few. As a provider of multiple specialist services, PTSG delivers a full solution for a number of clients including Sheffield Hallam University, where engineers have provided fall arrest and electrical testing, as well as testing and maintaining the lightning protection system.
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I am Andrew Dack, Group Sales Director for PTSG.
PTSG, through its bundled services, offers a genuine multi-disciplinary capability to clients. This often provides them with the complete specialist services solution, with the following benefits:
- one single point of contact for all services;
- a far more focused approach to the servicing of their assets, keeping their building(s) in first-class operational order;
- associated cost savings; and
- by offering a bundled service we are able to ensure compliance on all services provided by PTSG.
I am pleased to report the following new bundled services contracts:
- Landsec, the largest commercial property development and investment company in the UK, has contracted Interserve Group Ltd to deliver a range of services at four major retail centres. Interserve has contracted PTSG for the delivery of multiple specialist services including the testing of fall arrest systems and lightning protection systems
- Engineers from PTSG Electrical Services Ltd and PTSG Access & Safety Ltd have been contracted by VINCI Facilities to deliver the testing of lightning protection systems, portable appliances and fall arrest systems for a number of assets of East Midlands Railway (EMR).
- PTSG continues its strong collaborative relationship with Sodexo plc with a new contract to deliver the testing of fall arrest systems and lightning protection for the assets of Quilter plc – a leading financial services organisation.
Premier Technical Services Group Ltd (PTSG) has been involved in a project to provide lightning protection services at RAF Lakenheath.
The Royal Air Force station, located near the village of Lakenheath in Suffolk, hosts United States Air Force units and personnel. The host wing is the 48th Fighter Wing, of which the Boeing F-15E Strike Eagle belongs.
PTSG’s engineers delivered repair work to the catenary lightning protection system in place at the base. This type of lightning protection system is thought of as a “horizontal” lightning air terminal. It is well suited to facilities that contain flammable and explosive materials or where the installation of traditional air terminals is challenging or impossible.
The F-15 is a stunning fighter plane offering next generation technologies including an advanced cockpit, AESA radar, digital electronic warfare suite, the world’s fastest mission computer and modern sensors to remain ahead of current and evolving threats. PTSG’s engineers were able to experience the fighter plane in action during this project.
PTSG has vast experience in delivering multi-disciplinary specialist services within secure, operational air force bases. In the past, its engineers have worked at RAF Marham in Norfolk, delivering essential upgrades to existing lightning protection systems. The Group has built up a wide portfolio in the aviation sector, with work extending abroad. This included providing specialist support to 12 individual site assets at the construction site of Hamad International Airport (HIA), Qatar. On its way to a successful solution, PTSG overcame unique challenges presented by working in an environment foreign to many of its engineers.
Premier Technical Services Group Ltd (PTSG) has signed a national agreement with Kier to provide a range of specialist services including portable appliance and fixed wire testing and the testing of emergency lightning.
Kier Group plc is a UK construction, services and property group active in building and civil engineering, support services, public and private housebuilding, land development and the Private Finance Initiative. The company was founded by Danish engineers Jorgen Lotz and Olaf Kier in 1928, when it was based in Stoke-on-Trent. It is now headquartered in Bedfordshire.
Engineers from PTSG’s Electrical Services and Fire Solutions divisions will work at sites throughout the UK, mobilised from the Group’s network of 29 regional offices.
PTSG delivers a growing number of bundled services contracts with major first-tier contractors, with others including Sodexo plc, Interserve, Arcus FM, JLL and Vinci Facilities. This illustrates the Group’s multi-disciplinary capabilities and the benefits this offers to partners such as a single point of contact for all services and the ability to ensure compliance across all areas.