Ultrasyntec Ltd at New Bacon Slicing Factory
After a lengthy tendering period and various site visits, Ultrasyntec Ltd were very privileged to attain the project against some fierce competition for the new production facility for Europe’s largest importer & exporter of sliced bacon.
Once all pre-site meetings had been carried out we were able to move forward for the first stage of the build, this was the digging out of all drainage channels which had been pre-designed with our partners ACO drainage. Approximately 58 metres of 316 stainless-steel drainage channels were installed in to the pre-dug channels. The trenches were then back filled with C40 newton concrete. After the drainage system was commissioned we then apply the heavy-duty polyurethane screed @ 9mm. Once all refrigeration panels had been installed we then fitted around 200 linear metres of heavy duty coved skirting, set at 100mm high. The project was completed in 14 days with a very satisfied client. If you have any flooring requirements or questions, please do not hesitate to contact Lee Sunderland or William Hoyle at UltraSyntec Ltd on: Tel: 01422 377708 Email: email@example.com Web: www.ultrasyntec.co.uk Twitter: @Ultrasyntec Post: UltraSyntec Ltd, Unit 3 Ashday Works Business Park, Elland Road, West York’s HX5 9JD
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