Case Studies

Temporary Climate Solutions

Historic building with rich past restored by Polygon TCS.

Built in 1791, Airthrey Castle is a historic building and estate which now forms part of the buildings and grounds of the University of Stirling in central Scotland. When the property suffered water damage, it was essential that an expert restoration solution was executed in order to protect the contents and materials inside.

Temporary Climate Solutions

ATEX innovation helps safely deliver project on time

When Bilfinger Salamis, a market leading service provider for the energy generation industry, was commissioned to blast and paint the Britannia platform in the North Sea, its project managers knew that one important condition of the contract would be the provision of ATEX certified dehumidification equipment. In December 2012 there was only one provider in the UK capable of delivering such equipment – Polygon.

Temporary Climate Solutions

Screed moisture testing provides solutions onsite.

Screed moisture testing provides solutions onsite.

Fire Damage Restoration

Effective response rescues fire-ravaged Grade 1 listed castle

Rising above the Cheshire landscape, Peckforton Castle is the last remaining medieval style castle still intact in the UK. Built in the early 19th Century, the spectacular Grade 1 listed building has been used as a film and TV set for Robin Hood and episodes of Dr Who. Converted to an exclusive country house hotel in 1988 with 48 bedrooms, event and conference facilities, and on-site falconry, it is one of the most sought after luxury wedding venues in the UK.

Fire Damage Restoration

The show must go on

The Royal Albert Hall is one of England’s most distinctive and treasured landmarks. Situated in London the venue hosts more than 350 events a year, from music concerts and banquets, to the ballet and award ceremonies. Twelve days before the MOBO (music of black origin) Awards were due to be hosted, a fire broke out in one of the venue’s bars. It was suspected that the source of the fire was an electrical fault with one of the bottle refrigerators.

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