Jun 27, 2017 Last Updated 3:06 PM, Jun 22, 2017
Steve Newell, General Manager at the Portakabin Group, looks at how an off-site solution has helped the University of Cumbria to expand facilities in two phases, to meet the growing demand from students for STEM subjects.
Premier Modular, the East Yorkshire-based manufacturer and constructor of modular buildings, has been appointment to provide a series of modular building complexes at Hinkley Point C in Somerset following EDF Energy’s Final Investment Decision.
In 2014 the Birmingham Institute of Forest Research (BIFoR) secured funding to undertake an experiment concerning one of the big issues of our time: climate change. The FACE (Free-Air Carbon Dioxide Enrichment)experiment, which aims to measure the effects of increased CO2 levels in the atmosphere…
Over the last few years we have all seen the media reports about bed shortages and extended waiting times within the NHS. Between the UK’s aging population, increasing demand and budget cuts the population has lost some faith in our public service. There have been…
Portakabin, the UK’s leading supplier of modular buildings, has produced a short film about how a highly complex, 4,200sqm ward and theatre building was constructed at Royal Stoke University Hospital in less than four months to help meet the increasing demand for orthopaedic services.
Rachel Davis, Business Development Director, discusses Premier Modular Limited’s latest school project, which once again pushes the boundaries of off-site design.
In this article, Robert Snook, Director and General Manager of Portakabin Hire looks at some of the considerations for contingency planning for buildings and how organisations can get their operations up and running again in a crisis situation to ensure continuity.
Modular buildings are still something of an unknown quantity, both inside and outside the construction industry. Wernick Group Marketing Manager, Leigh Fennell discusses some of the more prevalent misconceptions about modular offsite construction.
Wernick Buildings’ new factory at Kenfig Industrial Estate was opened on the 4th of June by the First Minister of Wales, Carwyn Jones.
Portakabin Hire, the UK’s leading supplier of interim building solutions, has delivered 345 disaster recovery projects to date, helping organisations across the UK to get up and running again as quickly as possible after major incidents such as flooding, fire and the discovery of asbestos.
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