Hello and welcome to the latest edition of Inside PTSG. We are pleased to bring you up to date with news and developments from around the business.

It becomes apparent, during the course of compiling Inside PTSG each month, just how many high-profile buildings we work on – not just in delivering one service but multiple specialist services for our customers across the construction and FM sectors. You can read just a small selection in this month’s Insight.

Of course, we work on all kinds of buildings in sectors including residential, retail, education, energy and heritage. Our engineers go about their work quickly and efficiently, doing their part to keep buildings and users safe. While the majority of the work is low-profile, it’s vitally important and we’re proud to contribute to the overall safe and effective operation of buildings for our 20,000 customers.

All four business divisions continue to be busy and you can read a selection of our latest projects in Our Top Stories in May. Recently, we’ve also been busy raising money for a number of charitable causes. Early in May, one of our Fire Solutions specialist, Richard Castle-Smith, completed the spectacular but gruelling Mallorca 312 – an ultra-endurance cycle event around the island’s mountains, raising £4,500 for brain tumour research. This came shortly after Mark Brackenbury, Group SHE Advisor, completed the Mallory 100 Plop Enduro – another endurance race, this time on a Honda C90. Also in May, a team of our electrical estimators signed up to participate in the London to Brighton Off-Road Bike Ride, which will take place in September.

We are committed to giving back to the communities in which we serve and are always pleased to report the various way in which our dedicated team members raise money.

I hope you enjoy this month’s Inside PTSG and, as ever, if you would like to see anything included in future editions, please let us know.

Best wishes
Paul Teasdale,
Premier Technical Group Services PLC