Manufacturer of cleaning & PPE products, Pal International, approached Stancold in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic. Due to the Government advice imposed across the UK, they saw their product range in significant demand. To facilitate this sudden increase, they required additional space to house a new production line.
Stancold reacted quickly across every aspect of this project. To ensure the client made effective use of their vacant space, we undertook a consultative approach and value-engineered a design that utilised existing walls.
Where the project needed to be on site within a matter of weeks, our long-standing relationships with manufacturers and suppliers were vital in ensuring a rapid turnaround to begin construction.
The project’s final design involved 6 new hygienic areas, all at differing heights, with openings to accommodate product equipment, alongside the installation of personnel doors.
Kingspan’s Quadcore panel system was best suited for this build, due to its high-quality hygienic finish. Ongoing circumstances meant that health & safety was a key consideration while working on site, where the team adhered to strict social distancing measures and precautionary checks as advised by Pal International.
Stancold’s ability to mobilise quickly and work efficiently during such unprecedented times ensures that our client’s tight schedule was met and their operations unaffected.
Demonstrating efficiency and safety were key in this project.