We at Taylor Hart have been busy throughout the last year improving the way we carry out our drylining. We are always striving to be more efficient, to reduce costs and waste. We have done this through our new way of working which embraces Modern Methods of Construction and utilizing off site production.
It goes without saying that the last twelve months have been some of the most challenging and difficult times for the Construction industry, but there seems to be some light at the end of the tunnel. Lockdown restrictions are easing, the vaccination programme is going well.
Hopefully Construction will get back to some normality and we can start to see the return of the projects that were put on hold by the COVID-19 pandemic. We look forward to being able to meet up with all new and existing customers over the next few months.
NEW MEMBERS OF THE TEAM
Michelle Davey joins us in the Commercial department, bringing with her a wealth of experience and some fresh ideas.
Claudio Cioloca joins the estimating team having spent many years in the United States estimating and installing drywall with extensive knowledge of offsite production.
Solutions For a New Economy
We have a dedicated team that will survey and measure our material needs well in advance of programme start dates, which means we can start the manufacture process earlier. We can produce deflection heads, ply pattresses, builderswork openings, boards and studs cut to the correct height and much more.
Exploring Offsite Fabrication
Builderswork openings are manufactured to exact size requirements depending on client and M&E needs.
THL Pre–Production team then produce cutting schedules for manufacture at our offsite production facility.
Supplying these components can offer significant safety and cost benefits which we have already proven on several projects, these include:
- Increased speed of on-site installation.
- Dust from cutting plasterboard and plywood reduced by 98%.
- Dramatic reduction in wastage of plasterboard and studwork.
- Reduction in site logistic costs, including waste removal skip costs.
- Reduction in manual handling of materials on site.
- Reduction in the risk of cuts especially from Stanley blades.
- Vastly improved quality of installation, by machine cutting edges, corners and curves.
- Standardization of drywall components, resulting in better compliance with the drywall manufacturers specifications.