Blog - May News

18th June 2018

The weather is warming up slowly, but we’re still busy.


The month started with the delivery of a pre-used 20’ x 8’ containerized unit to Tiger Aspect Productions to a film set in Manchester. The building was on site for just over a week while shooting took place and then moved to another site.

The ARC Group took a second 21’ x 8’ anti-vandal office, this time to their Bristol site. Tyrewise in Northwich took delivery of a new 20’ x 8’ unit and a pre-used 21’ x 8’ anti-vandal. Crowle Wharf Engineers in Scunthorpe had a three bay modular building installed, and Ridgwell in Truro took delivery of a new 20’ x 8’ unit with three windows all on Wednesday 2nd …..Busy day!!

Opus Utilities in Levenshulme took delivery of a five-bay modular building housing a drivers reception, large open plan office, private office, kitchenette and Male & Female toilets. We also supplied a new tank to go under the building.

Underwater Diving Services in Barrow in Furness have a pre-used 21’ x 9’ canteen unit and 12’ x 9’ 2+1 Toilet block.

Cleveland Containers collected a 32’ x 10’ unit, a 21’ x 9’ unit and a 21’ x 8’ anti-vandal unit this month

11th Burton Scouts have a 20’ container to keep all their kit safe.

R E Plant Hire needed storage and a 24’ x 8’ container with racking fit the bill.

Puffin Produce in Haverfordwest returned again for a single new building with two external doors and four windows.

Ooznest 3D printer suppliers in Brentwood took delivery of a 2 bay 40’ x 8’ unit.

Morten & Jones in Wrexham collected a two-bay building and installed it themselves.

Cardwell Hill, property developers in Worcester have a 16’ x 9’ 3+1 toilet block with a 16’ c 9’ office on top.

Northwood Trust, raising money to help fight pancreatic cancer took delivery of two new 20’ x 8’ units in Little Hampton. One open plan with four windows and one as an office with male & female toilets.

AJS metal merchants in Willenhall in the West Midlands have a pre-used 21’ x 9’ anti-vandal unit.


Three Musketeers arable farmers in Rendlesham near Ipswich have a pre-used 32’ x 10’ unit with double entrance doors on one end.

Mr Marcello of Aylesbury took several 32’ x 10’ storage containers

Thor Atkinson of Ulverston took a 6 bay modular building comprising of offices, kitchen and male & female toilets to their site at Ingleton Quarry near Carnforth.

Gows Lybster who offer steel design, fabrication & machining in Caithness now have a 32’ x 10’ canteen unit and 16’ x 9’ toilet block.

The Lions Club of Fleet purchased a pre-used 21’ x 8’ anti-vandal unit to use as a village shop when theirs closed down.

Oakfield Manor Estates took the remaining 6 bays to complete their 6 on 6, 12 bay building at their new site in Winsford. The housed driver receptions, toilets, showers and offices as well as an internal staircase, as always good use was made of the long-fixed windows to give a good view across the site.

Thorp Precast, a long-standing customer took delivery of a 32’’ x 10’ anti-vandal canteen unit to their site in Newcastle Under Lyme.

The Derbyshire & Lancashire Gliding Club based in Great Hucklow took delivery of anew unit fitted with extra windows including a sliding window as their main administration office.

Freshwater Building Services based in Guildford took delivery of a 6bay building to their project in Warrington.

Sound Sleep suppliers of high quality beds and mattresses in Diss, Norfolk took a 2 bay 40’ x 8’ unit to act as additional office space behind their warehouse to free up more storage space.

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