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Permanent steel building case studies

2016-02-19 00:20:00 2018-04-30 04:15:29

Steel warehouse purchase for sensitive material storage

This company purchased a permanent steel warehouse from us as the most cost effective means of meeting their requirements.

Kia Motors new dealership car showroom

When Kia opened a new showroom in Glasgow, they wanted a cost-effective means of creating a showroom area, without the expense of a traditional building.

Fast track building system boosts Salts Healthcare production space

Healthcare company uses Smart-Space fast track building system to continue 300 year growth trajectory

Rapid build loading bay solves warehouse space dilemma

Gearing Up for Growth – New Rapid Build Loading Bay Facilities Help Mitchell Powersystems Solve the Warehouse Space Dilemma.

Coundon Court School sports hall

Smart-Space completes a full design and build of a four-court sports hall for Coundon Court

Kingsbury School Sports Hall

They approached us for a temporary building, but after viewing structures at our display site they opted for this permanent steel building

New workshop for tyre centre

We provided this new build Permanent Steel Building to be used as a Tyre Workshop for a Leicester Tyre Specialist

Steel-clad permanent building in dungeness

It doesn't get more exposed than this. So we agreed to supply a brand new 15mtr x 20mtr steel clad building with 40mm insulated roof and 40mm insulated wall cladding to cope with environmental extremes

Hughes Mercedes smart repair

This high class dealership needed a building that reflected their brand. We gave them an 8m x 7m 2 bay valeting bay with skylights and anti-condensation roof.

Production clean room

A building within a Building. Environcom needed a clean-room area within their existing factory for sensitive electronic equipment production.

Portable Venues (Group) Ltd

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