Welcome to Inside PTSG.

The Chancellor’s budget dominated the news headlines in the latter part of November. One of the main points was a £4.5 billion increase in funding for British manufacturing in eight sectors across the UK. Meanwhile, carbon reporting continues to rise on the agenda for businesses in all sectors, including FM and construction.

The process of calculating a business’s greenhouse gas emissions is a complex one but is crucial in all our plans for moving towards carbon net-zero. PTSG is committed to becoming carbon-neutral and is continually adding new innovations to its engineering practices to meet that commitment. This month’s insight has further details.

All five business divisions have been busy at sites throughout the UK and our News section shows just a snapshot of our work. This month’s Project goes into a little more detail about a project in Birmingham in which we will be delivering specialist electrical services at a major new development close to the city centre.

PTSG was also delighted to start November with two trophies from the PFM Partnership Awards, celebrated at the annual ceremony at The Brewery, London.

I wish you all the best and look forward to keeping you informed of further updates from throughout the Group.

Best wishes

Paul Teasdale
Executive Chairman

Project: PTSG and JRL Midguard

Beorma Tower, from developer Salhia Investments, is a mixed Grade A office and residential scheme.

Insight: ESG and PTSG

ESG (Environment, Social and Governance) is now firmly at the top of the agenda for every responsible service provider in FM.

Extraordinary Buildings

PTSG is privileged to work on some of the UK’s most outstanding and iconic buildings.


PTSG’s double success at the PFM Partnership Awards

PTSG BMU installation.

PTSG collaborates with German manufacturer for BMU installation 

Royal Alexandra Hospital

PTSG checks in at Royal Alexandra Hospital 

PTSG specialist cleaning services

Leading retailer avails itself of PTSG’s services

specialist fire solutions services

PTSG puts down its anchor in Port Street

water treatment services

PTSG treats water at historic swimming club