Premier Technical Services Group Ltd (PTSG) has secured a contract to deliver multiple specialist services across the London Boroughs portfolio, starting initially with Waltham Forest.
The contract covers approximately 160 properties operated by the Local Authority in Waltham Forest, and will extend to cover three additional London Boroughs in due course.
Working with Main contractor Amey, engineers from three of PTSG’s four business divisions will deliver the testing of fire solutions, electrical wiring and appliances and fall arrest equipment.
This contract demonstrates PTSG’s multi-disciplinary capability with the FM and construction sectors. An increasing number of organisations are contacting the Group for a complete specialist services solution. This may involve any or all of the four business divisions: PTSG Access & Safety Ltd, PTSG Electrical Services Ltd, PTSG Building Access Specialists Ltd and PTSG Fire Solutions Ltd.
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Premier Technical Services Group Ltd (PTSG) is to provide a range of specialist services at Fishergate Shopping Centre in Preston.
The shopping centre opened in the 1980s as part of a development to revive the western end of Preston’s main street, Fishergate. It is the second largest shopping centre in Preston city centre, the largest being St George’s Shopping Centre (formerly The Mall). It features a wide range of shops including men’s, women’s and children’s fashions, health and beauty, homeware, department stores, gift and tech outlets.
PTSG will be delivering maintenance services for the lightning protection system and fall arrest equipment installed at the centre. PTSG routinely provides multiple specialist services for customers who are looking for a complete solution at their project. This approach is more efficient, convenient and can also deliver cost savings.
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Premier Technical Services Group Ltd (PTSG) has received instruction from Hackney Council to carry our fall arrest testing services at 11 academy schools in the borough.
Engineers from PTSG Access & Safety Ltd will perform the inspection and testing of fall arrest equipment – typically guardrails or other barriers used to protect operatives working at height on building façades.
PTSG is one of the UK’s leading providers of access and safety services to customers in all industry sectors. This encompasses all types of equipment that allows engineers to safely access all areas of every kind of building to carry out specialist services – from the testing and certification of roof anchor points to the design and installation of the world’s largest building maintenance units.
PTSG has a large and growing portfolio of buildings in the education sector. As well as providing fall arrest services at schools and universities, the Group also provides fire solutions, electrical services and high-level cleaning and reparation works. Its four business divisions work independently but can also combine to deliver a complete specialist services solution, ensuring customers experience greater convenience and often cost savings.
Premier Technical Services Group Ltd (PTSG) has been contracted by Barratt Homes for the provision of specialist safety systems at a new residential development coming to the centre of Hounslow, designed to spark the regeneration of the surrounding area.
High Street Quarter Hounslow will be a collection of one, two and three-bedroom homes built around a new public square with shops, restaurants and a Cineworld. Hounslow East and Central tube stations are both within minutes of the development, offering quick links into central London via the Piccadilly Line.
Engineers from PTSG Access & Safety Ltd will install Mansafe and abseil systems at buildings in the new development ensuring operatives remain safe when carrying out their work at height.
Architects, specifiers and contractors must include fall arrest equipment as part of a new building to ensure it is legally compliant with regulations. PTSG’s experienced and highly qualified engineers deliver the full range of fall arrest equipment. They also work with other key elements in the supply chain to design access strategies for new build projects, refurbishments, retrofits and heritage buildings.
Premier Technical Services Group Ltd (PTSG) is working closely with NG Bailey to complete the testing of fall arrest equipment at government 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.
NG Bailey is a leading engineering and services business with offices, manufacturing facilities and sites across the UK. This contract is typical for PTSG in the way that it works collaboratively with a first tier contractor to design and deliver specialist services for an end customer. Such collaborative work can lead to sustainable relationships over many years.
Premier Technical Services Group Ltd (PTSG) has received an order for the delivery of specialist services at multiple sites for The Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (DEFRA).
Engineers from PTSG Access & Safety Ltd will carry out planned preventative maintenance on fall arrest equipment at a number of buildings in the UK.
DEFRA is the government department responsible for environmental protection, food production and standards, agriculture, fisheries and rural communities in the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland.
PTSG now works with many government departments, delivering a wide range of specialist services to the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP), The Home Office, Her Majesty’s Revenue and Customs (HMRC), the Department of Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy and the Land Registry.
Premier Technical Services Group Ltd (PTSG) has been contracted to provide vital specialist services for telecoms giant BT.
Engineers from PTSG Access & Safety Ltd will carry out planned preventative maintenance (PPM) testing of fall arrest equipment at multiple sites in the UK.
BT Group plc is a British multi-national telecommunications holding company headquartered in London. It has operations in around 180 countries and employs around 80,000 people in the UK. It is the largest provider of fixed-line, broadband and mobile services in the UK and also provides subscription television and IT services.
PTSG Access & Safety Ltd is one of four business divisions within the Group (the others being PTSG Electrical Services Ltd, PTSG Building Access Specialists Ltd and PTSG Fire Solutions), each of which can operate independently or collaboratively. Increasingly, with different divisions working together, the Group meets the full service requirements for customers in a wide range of industry sectors.
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Premier Technical Services Group Ltd (PTSG) has completed the main part of an extremely difficult and complex specialist services project at the headquarters of Channel 4 in Westminster.
Engineers from PTSG Access & Safety Ltd were given the task of replacing the Building Maintenance Unit (BMU) from the inside of the main reception in Horseferry Road. A BMU or cradle system enables users to safely work at height to carry out specialist services such as window cleaning and glazing maintenance. PTSG Access and Safety Ltd is the largest provider of cradle maintenance services for permanently installed suspended access equipment in the UK.
Its engineers were unable to lift the BMU from the outside of the building, as the atrium glazing hangs from an exoskeleton structure, which prevents access. To resolve this, a specially designed scaffold was erected in such a way that the reception of Channel 4 could continue to function uninterrupted.
PTSG removed the cradle in sections and lifted it down the scaffold for disposal. This was performed at night in order to further minimise disruption. The new machine was lifted up in sections and erected in place on the tracks.
Channel 4 is a British public-service free-to-air television network headquartered in London, United Kingdom. The channel was established to provide a fourth television service to the United Kingdom in addition to the licence-funded BBC One and BBC Two, and the single commercial broadcasting network ITV. It began transmission on 2 November 1982.
Please note that this story was published during the Coronavirus pandemic period. During this time, everyone at PTSG continues to adhere to all public health and government advice. This announcement is for information purposes only.
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