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Portable Building Installation

Installing a portable building at your site requires a close working relationship with all parties involved in the project to ensure that the portable building is delivered and fully operational within the agreed time scale.

Typically a temporary building can be delivered & installed within days of order.

Initially a detailed site survey will be carried out to determine that the structure fits the site’s configurations. Ground conditions will be assessed which will determine the type of anchorage used to fix the structure securely to the ground. An underground services scan will be conducted to check for gas pipes and electrical wires are not directly under the proposed site for the portable building.

On delivery of the portable building the A Frame is built on the ground and once complete this is lifted into position using a telehandler and scissor lift. This is then locked into position using a diagonal bracing bar before the next A Frame is lifted in position.

On completion of the portable building the Roof and Diagonal Wall bracings and purlins are fixed into position securing the first 2 A frames into position.

The above procedure is then carried out until the structure is complete. At this stage the roof, walls, Roller Shutter Doors and Pedestrian Doors will be installed.

To ensure crew and site safety the crew are supplied with the correct protective equipment from hard hats, steel capped boots and harnesses for the scissor lift.

A detailed Method Statement and Risk Assessment are sent to the client prior to delivery of the portable temporary building.

 
 
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