Dixon’s Milk Ices (Huddersfield) had a problem floor in their Milk Parlour.
The PPHJV (Pinderfields & Pontefract Hospital Joint Venture) is the new state-of-the-art hospital currently being constructed by Balfour Beatty at the old Pinderfields site in Wakefield.
Emballator Packaging contacted UltraSyntec regarding a problem area of flooring, where an old cementitious screed was deteriorating at a rapid rate. The company was also experiencing problems with dust as well as coping with an uneven surface which was not suitable for the printing machinery installed in the area.
The workshop floor at the Bright Screw Company, after years of use in a “Heavy Industrial Environment” was ready to recieve a full floor refurbishment.
Ultrasyntec are currently working with Hoerbiger on the major refurbishment of all their factory floors. With well over 2000 Sq. Meters to lay and working around Hoerbigers’ busy shift schedules,’ this large project will be ongoing.
A long standing customer of Ultrasyntec contacted us in regards to creating a Slip-Resistant surface to the front of the main production facility.
This newly purchased site in Scunthorpe is now home to Corrboard UK. The company makes corrugated cardboard for the packaging industry throughout the UK.
The ever expanding Deli Solutions Group has recently purchased the remaining land which surrounds the existing factory to gain more production and storage space at Clitheroe. They contacted Ultrasyntec, who have worked for the group for well over a decade, in the first instance to plan the installation of around 900m2 of 6mm polyurethane screed and 380 linier meters of coved skirting.