Safe Hoardings on a National Scale
Approved, tested and safe: our PRNS fire rated hoardings are available nationwide. From the City Hall in London to Oban in Northern Scotland our fire rated hoardings have been keeping people safe on a nationwide. Displayed above in the video is the process of the fire rated hoardings for London City Hall we done recently.
We are currently working with 25 lift and escalator companies who all use our fire rated hoardings, becoming our most used item. Below is a video of our fire rated hoardings getting installed at Network Rail’s Manchester Piccadilly site.
LONDON CITY HALL
Our team at the London City Hall in London site for Lift & Engineering is where the headquarters of the Greater London Authority is based, this beautiful building comprises the Mayor of London and the London Assembly. Our team have installed ten temporary fire rated hoardings to the rear of the lift entrance and four bespoke soundproof temporary hoardings to the front of the lift entrance. All of our hoardings will be lockable from inside and out and will be fitted with door closers and finger plates.
PRNS FIRE RATED HOARDINGS, A SAFER OPTION
Here is our certificate of supply for British Coatings Federation (BCF) for our fire retardant paint
In the above video filmed by our videographer it walks through the stages of the project and showcases our operatives installing the fire rated hoardings on site:
On our first visit we supplied and installed fire rated temporary hoardings to both ends of the escalator. The PRNS operatives then assembled one side of the escalator. On our next visit, we will be completing both sides of the escalator and debris netting will be supplied and installed across the whole escalator.
Manchester Airport, Terminal 3
In the images above it displays our operatives installing fire-rated hoardings at the well known Manchester Airport.
Our team of operatives at the Manchester Airport site have fitted three fire rated temporary hoardings to the lift entrances to allow safe access and safe conditions for all operatives whilst working on the project. All the above was been completed to a high PRNS standard.
• Supply and Fit Bespoke Timber
• Steel Temporary Hoarding
• Pit Excavation • Building New Lift Shafts
• Decoration of Lift Shaft, Pit, Motor Room
• Structural Opening
• Supply and Fit Lifting Beams
• Access Hatches
• Concrete Entrances Opened Up
• Making Good to Lift Entrances
• Decoration to Lift Entrances
• Removal of All Passenger Lifts
• Core Drilling
• Painting & Decorating
• Kitchen Installations
• Bathroom Installations
• Letting Maintenance