We have recently been awarded a variety of high profile contracts, none more so than the prestigious site of the Austin Reed flagship store in Regent Street. We provided a designed and calculated hoarding package which was decorated to retain the professional appearance of the store during renovations. We also provided an NCP115 compliant scaffold alarm system to ensure all vulnerable access points were covered.
I would like to congratulate Gary Herbert from Panthera on winning the 55 Victoria Street May Health & Safety award.
Keep up the good work.
Project Manager at 55 Victoria Street
Just thought l would mail you to thank both you and your team for the works carried out to the above.
I understand from site that everything when well, l have just been sent a picture of the hoarding and it looks really good. (Shame it has to be covered up)
I have spoken to Paul on the phone this morning to thank him for all his help in achieving its completion on time.
Hope that this is the 1st on many more that we can work on in the near future.
For and on Behalf of Mercer Scaffolding
We at Panthera would like to welcome new client Martin Grant Homes. We are providing them with a site specific, designed & calculated hoarding package for our first contract with them.
We have just won another contract from McLaren to provide them with a site specific designed and calculated hoarding package. In addition we will be providing biometric access control and CCTV. This project is for a new arts centre in Southampton.
Our M&E division have been awarded a contract to supply J Coffey Construction with a temporary electrics
package for their project at the The London Clinic, the hospital where Prince Philip was recently a patient.
Just a quick line to say thanks for the service provided by Panthera.
The hoarding and the paint finish are a credit to us both and all of the team including the electricians were more than helpful.
Thank you all
Liam Dixon ICIOB
Site Manager for St. Bernard’s Hospital Project