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PTSG scores at Everton’s new stadium

Premier Technical Services Group Ltd (PTSG) has been appointed for the delivery of a range of access and safety equipment and systems at Everton F.C’s brand-new stadium, at Bramley-Moore Dock.

Everton F.C. confirmed its £500 million stadium plans back in July 2021 as it prepares to say goodbye to Goodison Park, the club’s home of the last 130 years.

Work commenced on the 52,000-seat stadium, being built for Everton Stadium Development by Laing O’Rourke at Bramley-Moore dock the following month, with club officials outlining their aim for the stadium to be ready in time for the start of the 2024-25 campaign.

The contract, which commences this month and will run through to the summer of 2023, will see PTSG Access & Safety Ltd providing safe access to the lower flat roofs by providing almost 1km of aluminium free-standing guardrail to the perimeters for general maintenance access, with the added protection of Latchways ManSafe beyond the line of the guardrail to provide safe access to areas beyond the safe protection of the guardrail.

Bramley-Moore is a former commercial dock that sits behind locked gates next to a wastewater treatment plant, and it is intended that the new stadium will become the heart of a new mixed-use development in the area containing shops, housing and other venues.

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