Nicholls Colton

Nicholls Colton

SPG were contracted by Nicholls Colton to remove an existing, anti-graffiti coating system on behalf of Skanska.  

 


Utilising ultra high pressure water jetting we successfully removed all of the existing coating system without damaging any of the underlying concrete substrate.  To contain all of the residual water used during this process a robust methodology was adopted and approved by the client prior to the project commencement.


SPG have the capabilities to use UHP water jetting as a method of surface preparation and have extensive experience in this specialist application.

 

 

 

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