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PTSG secures high-level cleaning contract with oil giant BP

05 December 2018

Premier Technical Services Group PLC (PTSG) has secured a prestigious high-level cleaning contract with BP, the world’s sixth largest oil and gas company.

Headquartered in London, British Petroleum (BP) is a British multinational oil and gas company, specialising in the manufacturing and transportation of crude oil, petrochemical and petroleum products.

The global petroleum company has operations in 70 different countries and has around 18,300 service stations worldwide.

PTSG’s skilled Building Access Specialists division has been awarded a contract to clean the façades of 13 BP buildings at the Sunbury-on-Thames business park in Surrey.

The Group’s qualified engineers will use MEWPs (Mobile Elevating Work Platforms) to safely and securely clean the tall buildings on site.

The Group has also recently worked with the company on another contract, carrying out high-level inspection work on site at Saltend.

PTSG specialises in all aspects of high-level cleaning and uses a range of access methods to achieve the best result at each site.

Its teams perform all works to the highest health and safety standard – a fact reflected in its 133 accreditations.


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