Blog - March News

10th April 2019

We started this month with a returning customer; King Kong Climbing Wall in Keswick, Cumbria took delivery of a two on two office unit with external stairs. Colt Construction have a four bay 12m x 5m building for their Network rail site in Grantham, with a second one on the way in April.

Tarmac in Tunstead Quarry, Buxton have two new two bay buildings for office and welfare use.

AT Juniper took delivery of a five-bay open plan building for office use and a new 3+1 toilet block for their Wirral site.

Standby Self Storage, who have purchased several buildings over the years took a single unit for their new Highlands site and extended their existing office at the Horsham site, and Thor Atkinson Steel Fabrications based in the Lake District took two buildings for their Hanson Aggregates sites a nine-bay for Dagenham and a four-bay welfare with toilets & showers for Penmaenmawr in North Wales.

Hammond Homes in Grimsby have a new three-bay office unit. Rhondda Council took delivery of a nine-bay building to be used on their recycling site as a retail outlet. Health & Safety Training in Newcastle upon Tyne have a five-bay building split into two classrooms.

Single new buildings were supplied to Mitchian Electrical in Leicester who took a single office with toilet and stacked this with a building they purchased previously. LPW Europe have a new single unit at their new Huntingdon site. London City Bond have new gatehouses for their new sites in Leeds and Burton upon Trent, Brooks of Spalding (Trailer Hire) have a new office with toilet. Eddie Stobart in Rugby took two single units to stack with external stairs, and Excel in London took delivery of a new 3+1 toilet block.

Sales of pre-used buildings have been strong too…

32’ x 10’ units have gone to Meegan Builders in Ireland, Greys Thurrock in Dartford, Kaefer for their Ellesmere Port site, Bates Bio Power in Peterborough, Omega Environmental in Ferrybridge Power Station, Thames Reinforcements in Sheerness, 1 Construction in Rotherham took two separate deliveries, Checkley Parish Council as changing rooms at Tean recreation ground, Road-sweeper Services in Macclesfield, GB Construction near Ipswich, Steelshield in Newhaven, Marriott Drilling in Chesterfield  and Bridge House Farm in Spalding.

Smaller units and toilet blocks were delivered to Greys Thurrock in Horton Kirkby, Mark Taylor Groundworks in Stoke on Trent, Cleveland Containers of Middlesbrough, Ainscough Cranes of Skelmersdale, Dales Marine in Greenock and Infinity Finishing in Slough

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