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Infrastructure Painting

Your infrastructure painting contractors should have specialist expertise and years of experience to ensure that works are delivered safely and to specification.

Our company’s robust procedures and safe systems of work are externally audited and accredited to a number of standards and demonstrate our commitment to continuous improvement.  We project manage works in high risk environments, such as rail, roads and over rivers and waterways.

We meet the exacting standards required by Network Rail, the Highways Agency and utility companies by achieving:

  • Quality Management System registered to ISO 9001
  • Environmental Management System registered to ISO 14001
  • Occupational Health & Safety Management System to ISO 45001
  • National Highways Standard Sector Scheme 19A, NHSS19A, which works in line with our ISO 9001 accreditation
  • RSSB RISQS Rail Competency Management
  • Achilles UVDB Verify

In addition to the standard health and safety training given to all Bagnalls employees we carefully select key individuals to meet the requirements of PTS (Platform Track Safety) and ICATS (Industrial Coatings Applicator Training Scheme). Both these training programmes require personnel to meet rigorous standards which mean that our painters have a higher level of technical competence and capability in the surface preparation and application of industrial coatings in complex industrial environments.

You can trust Bagnalls to focus on safety, quality, the environment, cost and communication.  As Infrastructure Painting Contractors, we understand that safety, environmental and risk management are the most important elements of infrastructure painting.  That is why Bagnalls directly employs and sponsors its own painting personnel so that our investment in their training and development can be retained.

We have trained personnel who have achieved the Institute of Corrosion (ICORR) Paint Inspectors course, Level I and II. This means that not only do we apply coatings to specification but have qualified personnel to check levels of surface preparation, wet film thicknesses and application conditions have all been adhered to as cited in the specification.

We have excellent working relationships with paint manufacturers, and involve them to determine the most appropriate specification for each project.  By working together, we keep up to date with any technological advancements and new paint products which may deliver added value to our customers, such as, cost savings, reduced application time, increased durability, less maintenance or reduced environmental impact.

"What a fantastic job your painters have done during the recent station works, your staff have delivered a really high standard of work, maintaining areas for our customers and also working in some very challenging conditions weather wise."