Cleaning public spaces
Pmac is assisting Dublin City Council with the cleanup of a number of villages on the south side of the city. We have been contracted to assist the council by cleaning footpaths in a number of villages on Dublin’s southside, including the busy eatery villages of Ranelagh and Rathmines.
The work involves removing chewing gum, followed a by low-pressure steam clean to remove all contamination from the footpaths. Stains will be treated on an individual basis. Street furniture is washed by hand and unsightly graffiti, fly posters and stickers are also removed.
Using modern techniques (high-temperature mist at low pressure, to avoid surface damage), our gum removal service offers clients an affordable, viable and efficient service in the battle against discarded chewing gum. Our experience and efforts have resulted in dramatic improvements in the visual appearance of numerous streets around the country. To avoid disruption to traders and the public, work is carried out at night and appropriate traffic management is put in place. Cleaning of the stone paving and graffiti will be carried out prior to the Christmas period and Operation Freeflow.
Pmac projects are very varied. Our legacy is quality projects we can be proud of and the below projects are an example of them. We value the inputs of our customers, our team and our supply chain in reaching positive outcomes. Health and safety to our people and the public is a priority for us and without compromise.
If you are working on a similar project we would love to hear about it. Dont hesitate to call us or send in the details of your project through our contact page at https://pmac.ie/contact-pmac/
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The majority of Pmac projects are based in Dublin but we also work all over Ireland.
Our wide range of services are available to both residential and commercial clients.