Blog - June News

13th August 2018

It’s been hot, hot, hot this month. And we have had a very busy time of it.

We started the month installing a four bay building for Joseph Gallagher Group in Southall as well as delivering used portable buildings to Sancler 3 in Carmarthen, Thor Atkinson in Carlisle and more locally the 4X4 Centre in Buxton and 4th Ashby Scouts in Ashby de la Zouch.

Hird Rail in Doncaster took delivery of two new 20’ x 8’ buildings and a pre-used portable toilet block.

MJL in Helston collected another building this is their eighteenth portable building.

We delivered a 12’ container to SSE Power in Slough, following on from the original set up in May.

Mr Marcello collected additional 32’ container.

Ankers and Rawlings, a returning customer took delivery of two 32’ x 10’ anti-vandal units for their Ringwood site.

Danford in Leominster collected a two-bay modular building.

Telec Utilities in Grimsby took more modules to increase their office space at this site.

We reconfigured and supplied additional modules for Ixora Energy in Exeter. They had taken individual buildings three years ago and now needed larger office space.

Coram Training in Yeovil have a four-bay building comprising of an open plan

The University of Manchester took a single new 20’ x 8’ unit for their department sited at Jodrell Bank telescope in Cheshire.

Basford United Football Club completed the upper floor of a building installed last year with a two-bay extension.

White lake Cheese in Shepton Mallet took delivery of two pre-used 21’ x 8’ units one to be used as an office, the second as a canteen.

Hacquoil & Cook of St Clement, Jersey took deliver of two pre-used 32’ x 10’ units, a canteen and a drying/changing room.

Easy Life purchases new 20’ x 8’ units for Mannering Green for their site in Dungeness Power Station.

Element Materials in Aberdeen took three separate new buildings, two 20’ x 8’ to be used as office and canteen, and a 10’ x 8’ fitted with double doors.

TWMA in Peterhead took delivery of a pre-used 32’ x 10’ anti-vandal unit.

Batemans Skips took a second new 20’ x 8’ unit, this one fitted with a kitchen area and extra window.

Cromer Hall Estates returned and purchased a single shower unit to stand along-side the two 32’ x 10’ toilet / shower blocks they purchased at the beginning of the year.

Thorp Pre-Cast took del9ivery of a further two single 20’ x 8’ offices units to their site in Stoke on Trent.

QCS Civils have a two-bay building installed at the contractors compound in Tunstead Quarry Buxton.

We have delivered and installed buildings as far north as Peterhead in Scotland, as far south as Dungeness in Kent and Helston in Cornwall. East as far as Cromer in Norfolk and West as far as Laugharne in Carmarthenshire.

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