What you need, where & when you need it – emergency support
You may need to play a critical role in the current public health situation to respond to calls for urgent buildings projects and will need materials including structural insulated panels, both metal and timber-faced.
Whether it’s supporting medical emergency capabilities, making provisions for food storage and distribution, increasing your production capabilities for vital equipment or converting your arena/exhibition/event space for emergency facilities, we are geared up to support you.
We can help you if you need to put up structures quickly using structural insulated panels, for any of the following, whether inside or outside your premises, or at an arena, exhibition or event space:
- Including hygiene/clean-rooms and temperature-controlled areas
manufacture, storage, and distribution
- Food safe Freezers, chillers, and ambient areas
- Theatres, treatment rooms, and pharmaceutical storage
- Temporary isolation rooms, home-working pods, and hospital wards
We’re an established UK insulated panel manufacturer with high-volume, short lead-time manufacturing capabilities. We’ve been here since 1928 so we know we can help; we’ve done it before. Our panels are structural, and suitable for both internal and external applications, so they can be used as the building structure and/or the internal liners.
We supply for temporary, permanent, and modular spaces, working with a number of partners to support the supply of all manner of buildings. So, if you need structural insulated panels on a supply only basis or if you need the whole solution, we can help you get what you need, where & when you need it.
We will endeavour to ensure our factory and offices remain open for business as usual until instructed otherwise by the Government.
Our team are here to assist so please call or email on 0151 426 7171 or firstname.lastname@example.org. The phones are manned Monday – Thursday 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Friday 8 a.m. to 3.30 p.m. and we are monitoring emails outside of office hours.
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