We are a UK-wide established company that provides a broad and varied customer base with building solutions.
We have helped the company grow over and over again from a trusted customer base that benefits from our consistent performance onsite throughout its expansion and development.
We are proud of our reputation with many major contractor companies and our 15 years of experience.
We ensure that all interested parties involved in our projects are consulted at each juncture – through continuous correspondence, ensuring that the highest standards are reached every time, the first time.
Together with our inspection test plan and hold points, quality inductions and toolbox talks are delivered throughout each project phase. These are the key elements that ensure our commitment to excellence and the environment across the whole lifetime of each contract we enter into.
We are specialists in grid & suspended ceiling solutions. Suspended ceilings from SK Drylining provide faster and easier to install suspension systems, resulting in strong and stable ceilings. SK Drylining operate nationwide on contracts – large and small.
We are a specialist in SFS solutions contractor. For wall infilling, the Structural Steel Framing System (SFS) is most popular. The SFS is incorporated, in this scenario, from the floor to the soffit of the main structural frame to ‘ fill ‘ the outside wall area.
Metal frame (MF) is a ceiling suspended system appropriate for nearly all internal drylining applications. The fully concealed grid and ceiling lining can be used with various plasterboard products attached to it, depending on the acoustic requirements and fire ratings together with the correct visual finish. It may also be applied to bulkheads and contain soffit altitude adjustments.
Partitions traditionally consist of the application of plasterboard’s to a frame in a metal stud frame, with the required acoustic rating determining the materials used. There are, however, many other changes and possibilities such as: shaft wall, beam and column case, wall linings, dot and dab methods using various methods as well as systems of fastening.
The walls are lined with plasterboard using various fixing methods, depending on the existing wall or surface to be covered. If the walls are uneven or out of the plumb, timber frame or metal gypliner system is a good option. Beam and column enclosures are constructed using the same materials as partitions and linings, often used to provide structural fire resistance by way of covering structural steel with specialist drywall products.
SK Drylining specialises in all commercial and household plastering elements. We are both experts in skim and plaster. A plaster finish is finished on the entire wall surface, this traditional method has several variants, including spray plaster but also two coat applications. Rendering is an external plastering method with the required finish. It can be used for different surfaces, including insulation products, utilising various techniques.
CHAS is one of the founders of third-party accreditation. We are not just a trusted health & safety advisor, we are an authority. We set industry benchmarks, provide assurance and reassurance, and provide best-in-class services that are easy to use and cost-effective. We are professionals with a personal sense.
You come first with CHAS; our people are invested in helping you work safer, more efficiently and enjoy playing a part in your success.
Working together, we can improve your business, create business opportunities, drive the industry forward and make your work world safer. link
CSCS is the leading certification scheme for skills in the UK construction industry. CSCS cards provide proof that individuals working on construction sites have the required training and qualifications for the type of work they perform. The Scheme maintains a database of construction workers who have achieved or are committed to achieving a recognised construction-related qualification.
CITB is the construction industry training board in England, Scotland and Wales.
Helping the construction industry attract talent and support skill development, building a better Britain, is our job.
We are an executive non-departmental public body responsible for our budget and activities. We are also accountable to government ministers and ultimately to Parliament, sponsored by the Department of Education. link
The International Powered Access Federation (IPAF) promotes the safe and effective use of powered access equipment worldwide in the broadest sense–by providing technical advice and information; by influencing and interpreting legislation and standards; and through safety initiatives and training programs. IPAF is a non-profit organization owned by its members, including manufacturers, rental companies, distributors, contractors and users. IPAF members operate a majority of the MEWP rental fleet worldwide and manufacture around 85 percent of platforms on the market. link
The Prefabricated Access Suppliers’ and Manufacturers ‘ Association (PASMA), founded in 1974, is the recognized focus and authority for mobile access towers. PASMA advances safety, regulations and best practices across a wide range of industries and represent the interests of its members in the UK, South Africa, South East Asia and the Middle East. link
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