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September News

17th October 2018

The summer seems to be over and the cooler weather is here. We arrived back into the office in early September refreshed after our two-week summer closedown.

The first building to leave the depot this month was a two on two modular for CAF Rolling Stock in Newport, this Spanish company has just opened a new factory manufacturing rolling stock for the rail industry.Future Industrial, waste management specialists in Knowsley took delivery of a twelve-bay building for use as welfare facilities.

Buxton Football Club, our home town. Took delivery of an eight-bay modular building to be used as a youth academy.

Longcliffe Quarry, also very local to us in Matlock have a new two bay building, as well as Bagnall Construction in Cheadle, Staffordshire who have a new two on two double stacked building.

Hinton Grab Hire took a two-bay open plan office to start their new site in Croydon. This was followed a week later with a new 10’ x 8’ gatehouse, two single 20’ x 8’ office units and a 20’ x 8’ toilet block.

Fairford Medical who supply mobile scanners to hospitals around the country took a single 20’ x 8’ to site alongside the scanner in the car park, for use as a waiting and consulting room. Telec Utilities in Grimsby a long-standing customer returned for a single 20’ x 8’ office unit.

P Hughes Construction have a new six on six building for use as offices with toilets, kitchen and internal stair.

A pre-used 32’ x 10’ anti-vandal unit was delivered to Landmark Specialist College in Dronfield, and they took the time to send their thanks …… “Just a quick thankyou to you and all the guys at Jacksons for a great job done sorting out our classroom for us at Apperknowle Farm.  Our electricians connected it up on Friday and we are all good to go.”

Albus Environmental took a 32’ x 10’ used unit for their Dartford site. RHB Construction in Nantwich have a 32’ x 10’ canteen, a 2+1 toilet block and two storage containers. Steelshield suppliers of security fencing for many festivals up and down the country have had two 32’ x 10’ units stacked at their site about 10 miles from us in Newhaven, Derbyshire. Portequip in Newton Stewart collected two 32’ x 10’ anti-vandals to link together on site.

Men in Sheds, a charity originally started in Australia, designed to support older men from all backgrounds in maintaining their health and wellbeing. They undertake various projects in their local area keeping people occupied and in the company of other men who may be on their own for a variety of reasons. We delivered two 32’ x 10’ units to their premises in Cheltenham for use as “sheds”.  https://meninsheds-cheltenham.org/history/

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