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PTSG to protect Mayfair development

20 June 2024

Premier Technical Services Group Ltd (PTSG) will deliver specialist electrical services at an exclusive new residential block in West London.

71 Park Street is a development project consisting of five beautifully presented apartments in the Mayfair area of London. The project falls between Park Lane and Grosvenor Square.

The building is an emblem of neo-Georgian architecture and was constructed between 1922 and 1924 by Higgs and Hill. The prolific British construction duo behind landmarks like the Harvey Nichols building in Knightsbridge situated the building between their projects. Other prolific buildings around are the Royal Naval College in Dartmouth, the BBC Television Centre, and the Tate Britain. 71 Park Street enjoys a key position on Park Street. Park street is the longest avenue in the Grosvenor Estate, intersecting Upper Brook Street and Upper Grosvenor Street. 

In this contract, engineers from PTSG Electrical Services Ltd will install a brand-new lightning protection system which will protect the development and all users in the event of an electrical storm.

PTSG is the UK’s leading provider of lightning and surge protection services. Its engineers design, install and commission brand-new systems, as well as providing off-the-shelf systems. They are highly qualified to carry out testing and inspection and to perform any remedial repairs identified during this process. PTSG’s team of engineers will deliver specialist electrical services at an exclusive new residential block in West London.







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