DRS completes test and inspection work at Swansea Waterfront Museum
Here at DRS, we are delighted to have completed a building services contract that will maintain the high safety standards expected by visitors and staff at Swansea Waterfront Museum safe.
The seven-week long project included completing an Electrical Installation Condition Report for the electrical installation in the museum. This work is to make sure that the electrical installation is to current electrical regulations and is in a safe and usable condition, carrying out remedial works as necessary.
We also completed a Thermal Imaging Report of the premises, a non-invasive method of identifying moisture intrusion, energy loss and hotspots within a large building. Finally, an asset register was complete to track the electrical components and track their maintenance.
Swansea Waterfront Museum welcomes more than 250,000 visitors through its doors annually from all over the UK. The work means that the museum will be a safe place for visitors to enjoy and staff to work once lockdown is lifted.
While carrying out such, work, all our staff adhere to a range of safety measures and always follow government guidelines throughout including new Site Operating Procedures (SOP) developed by the UK government in the context of the COVID-19 crisis and which align with guidance from Public Health Wales.
Mark Phillips, our managing director, said:
“It was fantastic to be working inside one of Swansea’s landmark buildings and biggest tourist attractions to complete this critical work that will ensure the museum continues to be a safe place to work and visit in the future.”