Bagnalls were requested by Talon Engineering to complete the external painting to three plastisol cladded buildings. We delivered a cost effective solution for safe access as well as providing a paint specification that would achieve longevity and a high quality finish.
Prior to any works commencing a site survey was undertaken, the surface condition of the cladding was very poor with evident flaking and peeling, over the whole surface area. We therefore worked with our supply chain partner PPG to specify Johnstone’s Steel and Cladding solvent based paint, a tried and tested product for such environments. The full specification required a complete power wash to remove all flaking paint. One coat of Johnstone’s single pack primer and two coats of Johnstone’s steel and cladding top coat.
Site safety as always was imperative and all operatives were signed in and inducted on site and made aware of the site risks and specific customer rules and requirements. The foreman in charge discussed the process of the job and advised the team on which elevation of the building to start. Once agreed, the working area was cordoned off to the public and staff, allowing the operatives a secure working area and safe access to the building.
As each of the three buildings are situated adjacent to a busy car park area, we decided to use a MEWP (mobile elevated working platform) for access. We completed the works to a high standard and in a safe manner. The client was exceptionally happy with the finished result, and immediately recommended Bagnalls to another company who had a similar issue.