The Manchester Museum of Science & Industry is currently undergoing a complete renovation. The decoration on site is being handled by DDS.

The internal steels are in dire need of restoring back to their former glory. To do this, a PASMA certified painter must use a mobile tower to reach ceiling height. Then use a needle gun to remove any rust and scale on the steels before painting, this will ensure the best finish. Using a needle gun whilst working from a height can be dangerous, which is why we must adhere to our own health and safety rules during this process.

The Manchester Museum of Science and Industry is a Grade II listed building. Therefore it is important to protect the integrity of the building. We have experience with listed buildings through our work with the Yorkshire Building Society.

More updates will be posted to our page as the project progresses.