Blog - July News

14th September 2018

There has been a really good mix of new and pre-used units this month.

During the first week of July Tracknology of Preston collected a new 20’ x 8’ unit fitted with kitchen, toilet and shower. Bri-Stor in Hixon then took delivery of a three-bay building to go with the three-bay building they took back in March. Eddie Stobart had a 6-bay building at their site in Dagenham and Response Engineering in Cheddar another returning customer had an additional 2 bay building.

Pre-used deliveries this week included two 32’ x 10’ anti-vandal units and a set of stairs to Asiko House of Foods in Charlton, Fabweld in Birch Vale (a lot more local for us) also took a 32’ x 10’ anti-vandal unit. D Wardle Plant had a 20’ x 8’ canteen & drying room and a 16’ toilet block as welfare facilities for the Cemex site in Long Itchington, Warwickshire. Portequip in Newton Stewart collected another 32’ x 10’ toilet block, and Askra in Co Tyrone collected a 32’ x 10′ and a 21’ x 8’ unit. Inspired Expeditions in Little Marlow had a 32’ x 10’ shower unit and Maintenance Services in Stanford le Hope had an open plan 32’ x 10’ with kitchenette.

Direct Pallets in Leighton Buzzard have an open plan two bay building with kitchenette. Cleveland Land Services have a two-bay building fitted with toilet and kitchen. Balfe Contracting took delivery of a three on three building with external stairs to their client Cemex in Salford. The ground floor housed toilets and a kitchen area while the upper floor is for offices. Russell Armer; a long-standing customer, took delivery of a new 20’ x 8’ unit to their Kirky Lonsdale site. Rouden Piptek have new offices at their Maidstone branch, this is the third site we have installed for them. They make good use of the long windows to give a great view over their sites. H W Martin have a three-bay building as use as a charity shop at their recycling site in Chester.

Graham Heath in Staffordshire took a second modular building., This time a five bay mainly open plan with toilets and a kitchen at one end. NR Asphalt in Norwich took delivery of a three-bay building comprising lobby area, kitchen, toilets and open plan office. iForce have a new facility in Rugby and collected four new single 20’ x 8’ units, a ladies toilet block and a gents toilet block the remaining two were split into two offices each. Construction Marine in Co Durham have a new 2 bay building, as well as two pre-used containers and LPW (truck washers) returned to purchase two single units, one fitted with double doors and the second as a toilet and canteen area. Oldwalls Gower (a gorgeous wedding venue) moved a building they purchased a couple of years ago and extended it with two additional bays. Nijhuis Industries have a two bay 40’ x 8’ unit for use at their water treatment facility at a holiday park in Pwllheli.

QCS Civil Engineering in Tunstead Quarry, Buxton who had a three-bay building last month returned to purchase 10’ and a 20’ storage containers. SPX Cooling in Worcester took a pre-used 10’ x 8’ gatehouse. Hazel 4D in Sherburn in Elmet now have a 32’ x 10’ anti-vandal unit with sliding shutters. Marconi in Helston (Cornwall) have a 21’ anti-vandal unit and Batemans Skips in Bristol took two 32’ x 10’ anti-vandal units one with 2+1 toilet and office, the second with 2 offices and a corridor.

Switch 2 Energy have a 32’ x 10’ open plan office at their site in Salford, and Future Biogas in Doncaster took a 32’ x 10’ office and 8’ x 8’ gatehouse. Cass Fibre Telecom have a 32’ x 10’ open plan anti-vandal unit at their Stratford upon Avon site. Maxi Haulage took delivery of a 32’ x 10’ unit split into two offices in Wrexham. Oftech Wind have a 32’ x 10’ office and 10’ container at their Abergele site. The Blue Tree Company; tree surgeons in Hitchin have taken delivery of a 24’ x 9’ office and 21’ x 8’ canteen unit. Hill Farm Marina, Henley in Arden took delivery of two 21’ anti-vandal units to act as temporary retail units while their new farm shop is under construction.

The last unit to leave the depot this month was a 32’ x 10’ anti-vandal office which Clayson County Homes collected.

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