Through a collaborative approach with our customers, we develop forward-thinking solutions to overcome complex challenges that exist in the construction industry and on sites.
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With a strong engineering heritage, Prism Offsite Manufacturing (Prism) is a leader in the building services industry, utilising and realising the benefits of prefabrication, modularisation, offsite construction and integrated build solutions across a wide range of industry sectors.
Winners of the Offsite Awards for the last four consecutive years in the Best Use of MEP & Pod Technology category, Prism has established an award-winning reputation for technical excellence, project efficiency and an industry-acknowledged commitment to quality.
WHY PRISM OFFSITE manufacturing?
Our strategic approach has allowed us to develop bespoke solutions for technically-challenging projects:
Prism offers clients a modern, collaborative and forward-thinking solution that presents an affordable option to labour intensive on site production and installation. Prism improves safety, reduces risk, contributes to environmental management and improves quality to our building services solutions, providing bespoke products.
We adopt a flexible approach to our products that include various combinations of mechanical, electrical and build functionality, designed and built to suit the needs of our clients.
Utilising offsite technologies provides solutions that lower a project’s carbon footprint before we arrive on site. In recognition of our approach to sustainability, Prism is accredited to the international environmental standard ISO 14001:2015 by the British Standards Institute (BSi).
Prism has also achieved the Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) Chain of Custody Certification ensuring all timber products used in the production of Prism products are accredited to FSC standards and are supplied by FSC Certified Suppliers to ensure that there is an unbroken Chain of Custody (COC).
Digital engineering in Prism fully embraces our ‘We’re Safer Together – Zero Harm’ and ‘Designing for Safety’ strategies to make our sites safer! Because our engineering is undertaken in the digital environment we eliminate rework in the factory and significantly reduce rework on site which contributes to quality, efficiency and productivity and therefore aligns totally with our Smart Landings philosophy.
A Prism offsite strategy is created at tender stage and subsequently developed through the pre-construction process so that offsite solutions and modularisation are incorporated in the design and BIM models, integrated programmes, labour and logistics strategies and cost forecasts. Early certainty means it’s easy to make a compelling case for Prism.
SES was awarded an £18m contract by main contractor, Galliford Try, to provide a range of mechanical and electrical (M&E) building services on the schools in Alnwick, Bedlington, Longbenton, Seaham, Hetton-le-Hole and Guisborough, as part of a £150m contract awarded by the Education Funding Agency (EFA), one of the Government’s privately financed batches in the Priority School Building Programme (PSBP).
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