SFS Drylining at The German School

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  • Acoustic Ceilings
  • Drylining
  • Facades
  • Plastering
  • Render
  • Screeding
  • SFS

We have been working with Neilcott Ltd at The German School for a few weeks now and the building is starting to take shape. We have been awarded the SFS drylining packages on this project and works are about half way through. We installed the SFS externals with Siniat weather defence board ready for the cladding system (by others) and insulation to cladding areas and the sports hall floor (shown in the photo’s) has now been screeded.

Andrew Warner our super site manager https://www.linkedin.com/in/andrew-warner-a7511193/ has been working really hard on this one, keeping all the works QA’d and Site instructions and any variations up to date, managing this project really well. We have a great team of dryliners working on this with us. We’ve not long started the drylining internals package and will be starting to skim the plasterboards on the ground floor very soon.

This is our second project with Neilcott Ltd and we’re really enjoying working with them, I’m very confident that our relationship will continue to strengthen ove the next few months and years. Our first project was West Herts College https://www.westltd.net/portfolio/neilcott/ which we finished about 5 weeks ago and has recently been handed over to the client, PC is imminent. Neilcott Ltd are a very professional company and have very down to earth management and surveyors.

The SFS drylining installation has not been a straight forward task as you can see from the saw tooth roof detail and has given us all a few new ideas to work with on coming projects. We tend to prefer to work on complicated projects as it upskills our workforce and forces us to explore new ways of building and forming creative pathways. It works even better when the details have been designed ahead of our works’ commencement by the clients design team although that’s not always possible and we frequently encounter design-as-you-build contracts. We’re progressing very quickly on this project and will update the photo’s once more significant progress has been made, with before and after pictures very soon, i’m sure you’ll be pleased to see them all.

These are not our chancers on the scaffold tower!!