PRNS Building Services have been making good to a high standard since 2009. We have our own finishing team who are specialists in this service. Making good consists of joinery, tilling, flooring, painting, plastering and decoration which we execute regularly for our lift companies nationwide.
Part of our making good process we provide the lift industry plastering.PRNS Building Services cover all aspects of plastering, including floating, skimming, drywall/dot and dabbing. Please see our site imagery for this sector.
Joinery is an essential part of any making good project. This part of our service includes but not limited to skirting boards and dado rails which our operatives complete to a high PRNS standard.
PRNS Building Services know the importance of a professional finish. We take great care on our decoration to ensure we fulfil the client’s needs on our projects. You can be assured that our operatives have a wealth of experience in this sector.
For this sector of making good our skilled operatives are professionals at installing flooring. This includes carpet, tiles or vinyl flooring which we would ensure that our finishing team would complete to a high standard. During the planning phase or a site survey we would take accurate measurements to ensure that their will be no complications further into the project.
Our team fitted three temporary hoardings to all the lift entrances to allow safe access and safe conditions for all operatives whilst working on the Osborne Court site in St Helens. Health and Safety signage were also visibly displayed on all three of the onsite hoardings. Once the lift beam was tested and the scaffold was in place our team began the making good process.
For this site our finishing team fitted new flooring, joinery and professionally decorated as displayed in the site imagery below.
Our team at the Bourton-on-the-Water PRNS Building built a 1000kg passenger lift for Allied Lifts. This process started with the removal of the concrete floor slab before the pit excavation began. We then installed the reinforced steels and poured the concrete to form the pit floor. Our team then accurately installed all the timber shutters and poured the concrete into all necessary areas. This was followed with the cutting of the apertures and building the shaft through the roof line. Once the scaffold was in place, we completed the lift shaft with a traditional flat roof. On our next visit we painted the lift pit and our finishing team began with the making good process.
For the this process we started with fitting the plasterboards around the lift entrances followed by professional plastering as showcased in our before & after site imagery below. Our team then painted and finished the lift entrances to a high PRNS standard.
The team at PRNS supplied and installed four bespoke temporary hoardings at the Boots site in Dartford. Our operatives then carried out the decoration and refurbishment to the site. This included supplying of the chequer plate corners, threshold fire line all entrances shaft side, setback boxes for pushes and indicators.
On our final visit we completed making good to all entrances. this included plastering, joinery and flooring. Please note this project is the removal of the goods lift converted into a passenger lift
PREMIER INN, NEWCASTLE
The PRNS team at the Premier Inn in Newcastle supplied and installed temporary hoardings on the first floor and boarded off the gate at lower level. Once the platform lift was installed by our client, we began making good.
For this process our onsite operatives made good around the control panels and the entrances at the Premier Inn site. We then finished by safely removing the door at ground level.