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PTSG acquires Neo Property Solutions

Premier Technical Services Group Ltd (PTSG) has acquired passive fire protection business, Neo Property Solutions Limited.

Based in Leeds, Neo Property Solutions delivers the survey, design, installation, testing and certification of fire-rated composite and timber doors, fire door maintenance, fire-rated glazing solutions, fire compliance surveys, fire stopping, fire compartmentation, and gire curtains and cavity barriers.

Paul Teasdale, PTSG’s Group CEO, said: “We are delighted to welcome Neo Property Solutions Ltd as our latest addition to the Group. This acquisition extends our service offering within PTSG Fire Solutions Ltd and is highly complementary to the Group’s other specialist services.

“We are fully committed to the continuation of a successful strategy of achieving market leadership across the sectors in which we operate. This acquisition strengthens our capability within our fire solutions division and ensures our clients can now receive all three of the most important fire services in one place – electrical, mechanical and passive.”

PTSG Fire Solutions Ltd has taken shape through a number of carefully considered strategic business acquisitions, culminating in a fully comprehensive service offering. Neo Property Solutions Ltd, which delivers Passive fire solutions, takes its place alongside:

  • A Mechanical fire business comprising: UK Dry Riser Maintenance UK Dry Riser Installations UK Sprinklers M&P Fire Protection Pure Power
  • An Electrical fire and security offering via: Trinity Fire and Security Systems

Teasdale added: “The business will retain the Neo management team, which will continue to grow and expand the businesses as they are integrated into PTSG’s successful delivery model across our Fire Solutions division. We are delighted that Alistair Hodgson, Andrew Young and Steven Doherty will continue to lead the business and their vast experience and technical ability will be a great addition to our highly skilled PTSG team.”

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