All of our buildings are fitted with a consumer unit. A qualified electrician must connect the consumer unit to a mains supply. For telephone and data you should contact your communications supplier.
A portable building is a stand alone building which can be delivered and installed for immediate use, these can be stacked where space is tight with access via an external staircase. A modular building is two or more modules which are delivered to the site and craned into position to create larger single or multi-storey buildings.
This will vary depending on the surface where the building will be sited. There are several types of foundations which vary from a hard-standing surface, traditional foundations, or Jackpad ‘temporary’ foundations. One of our representatives will advise you of this once a site inspection has been carried out.
You are welcome to visit our factory and offices to see units in production, alternatively we can arrange for you to visit one of our buildings currently in use
Our buildings are transported by road on a flat-bed or Hi-Ab wagon and positioned on site either using the Hi-Ab wagon, or by stand-alone crane.
You will need to have suitable foundations or a level hard-standing area to accommodate the building. One of our representatives will advise you on this once a site inspection has been carried out. Access must be kept clear of obstructions to allow the vehicles to deliver your building
Yes. All modular buildings require planning permission. We are able to offer a full turnkey service and undertake this on your behalf.
Yes, all of our buildings comply with building regulations.
We are willing to work with your contractors on the assumption that they have been properly assessed.
Yes, we are able to offer a full design and build service.