We recognise that for many of our clients it is appealing to have internal works project managed as a single turkey solution, especially where this removes the distraction of onerous scheduling and supervision of buffering trades.
We are often asked to include other solutions that align closely with our advanced resin flooring systems. Responding to this demand, over the past three years we have added to the skills and experience of our quality assured installation teams. We are now able to include groundworks, drain installations, floor screeds, stainless steel kerbing, hygienic walling, welding, plumbing and carpentry – as and when these trades are required.
“In addition to your long lasting, hygienic advanced resin flooring, can you please also include…”
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In addition to advanced resin flooring, we are frequently contracted to add our resin coving to the perimeters to deliver an impervious barrier, designed to be easy-to-clean, and repel bacteria.
We are also regularly called upon to fix up coving that has been compromised through mechanical damage. The example below shows the ease in which our teams can reinstate these hygienic surfaces – in this case the problem was fixed up promptly – after a client’s colleague had inadvertently struck the wall whilst moving stock.
Our client – a cheese producer and wholesaler – wanted to break the cycle of regularly repainting concrete kerbing that was frequently scuffed through the movement and stacking of pallets in a confined space.
In addition to upgrading the flooring from a painted coating to our advanced resin system (and opting for a change in colour scheme at the same time). They also choose to upgrade from our standard resin-formed coving – selecting our premium stainless steel kerbing system – offering them the maximum protection from mechanical damage.
Where floor levelling is required, we have a number of solutions we can offer dependent on the size, scope and timing of each project.
Our high-strength, rapid curing, advanced resin screeds present the optimum solution – especially where these are required at depths below 30mm. Ramps and falls can be easily incorporated – wrapping this all up into a single process.
Where curing times are not as critical and depths are above 30mm – we can recommend a range of standard sand-and-cement flooring screeds, as well as more advanced faster-curing alternatives.
Our client – a supplier of premium chilled desserts to nationwide supermarkets – contracted us to reverse the flow of water following the removal of a retaining wall in their tray wash processing room.
Our rapid curing levelling screed was applied to form a ramp creating a 1:80 fall from the corner of the room towards the drains. The works were completed and cured in a single overnight shift to ensure that critical processing time was not compromised.
When planning works within processing areas that are subject to regular cleaning, the installation of drains is essential in ensuring that hygiene standards are maintained.
We have supported many clients with works around drains – from fixing up common problems such as failing perimeter seals – to complete installation and connection of new drains as part of a wider project scope.
The example below illustrates our quality repair services. Here our client – a bacon wholesaler – was experiencing problems when his fork lift trucks were driven over the drain at the threshold to his refrigerated stores. The previous generic resins were weak – and daily traffic caused this system to fail – leaving cavities around the perimeter.
We called on the expertise of our groundworks team to remove and re-set the drain – thereafter applying our rapid curing, high compressive strength screeds. The whole project was completed swiftly over a Saturday afternoon – allowing the client to start up their evening shifts as usual without any down-time.
Our client – a supplier of fresh salad products to nationwide supermarkets – contracted us to replace sections of their timber mezzanine sub-flooring, install new drains, and finish with our resin flooring.
Our carpentry and plumbing teams fabricated, fixed and connected three separate work stations, ahead of our floor laying teams installing our resin systems – to seal each with an impermeable coating.
When updating flooring, clients will often also consider the renewal of wall coatings. When combined with hygienic wall cladding, our floor and coving systems achieve an easy to maintain seamless floor-to-ceiling surface – eliminating those awkward areas for dirt and germs to prosper.
In the example featured below, our client decided to not only replace the tiled flooring, but also to replace the wall tiles – and complete the super-clean aesthetics by replacing the service lift doors.
The result – gleaming-bright, hygienic, easy-to-clean surfaces throughout.